University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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1 iiiilM re r r ' , The COLORADOAN 1929 Copyright igiq C. E. MuNSON, Editor and Harold W. Ford, Manager ENGRAVINGS BY BURGER-BAIRD ENGRAVING Co. OII»PMIC aTS BLOO-«. NSAS CITYUO .PRINTING. BINDING ANDCOVERS BY, ' THE Hugh Stephens Press JEFFERSON CITY.MO U. ofC The COLORADOAN Publhhcd hv the Associated Students UNi i:RsrrY of Colorado At Boulder 1929 U. ofC T i£? DEDICATION To the spirit of those Pioneers whose visions of a luture day have made It possible that we might better prepare ourselves to perform the duties of life — 1929 U. ofC COLORADO Where the snows that fall arc a trifle whiter - Where the bonds of home are a wee bit tighter — That ' s where the West begins. — Arthur Chapman 1929 PREFACE This, the 1929 Coloradoan, has chosen to record the fifty-second year of a colorful undergraduate life on the campus, and offers a silent toast to the mightiest of play- grounds — Colorado. 1929 U. ofC The CONTENTS 1. AJminiitrdtion. 3. Campus Life. 5. Activities. 7. Organizations. :. Classc . 4. Athletics. Ci. Colorado Women. 8. Coloradoan Barrage. 1929 I t IN MEMORIAM Carol Begole LeRoy Keefer Cranfield Rogers jmr m r H - .M rTH 1 1 .JaOumfar-.-i. - ■■■ ' ■ 0at Come and sinf, a good old son): Knil the town of Boulder , Iwre u e haiv our Varsity, L.o C. great and free. A estern Tower and Portal There the days are always brighl There the sky is blue. %.. Campus Paths and the Grandest of Campus Trees iiTt- to live is our delight: There we uvuld ivflcome you! At Sundown U. of Colorado, Varsity we love the best. V A Leafy Arch of Beauty School of all The fairest, U. of C. As Clings the Ivy, So Our Love U. of Colorado, Cheers for thee Shall fill Ihe air. w Old, Established, Proud r ( ia( can wmpari: With the U. ofC. When Winter Comes u ADMINISTRATION Book I 1929 Board of Rciicnts . ®(B S» Till " , governing power of the I ' ltiversity of Colorado is in iIk- liaiuU of a Board of Regents, elected at large from the state for a term of six years. Two of the regents are elected every two years. This board formulates the policies of the University, makes all appoint- ments, arranges salaries, supervises the general finances of the institution, and acts as property custodians. The Board Mr. Clifford W. Mii.i.s Denver Mr. Ci.ark C. Mitchell Denver Mr. E. kl W . H. sKiNS La Junta Mr. Frank H. Mkaxs Saguache Dr. F. W. L()CKW(K)1) Fort Morgan Mr. Charles D. Bromley Boulder Officers Dr. George President Mr. Frank Wolcott Secretary Mr. Charles H. Cheney Treasurer Mn.Ls, MiiANs, MiTCHEi.i,. LocKWooD, Haskins, Bromley Pa(r 17 Dean F. B. R. Hellems, Ph.D., LL.D. (5 i ' fK THAT he is admired and re- spected, even beloved, by those he has chastised is one significant thing that can be said of Dean F. B. R. Hellems, Dean of the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences. For twenty-eight years he has been the person before whom students have been summoned for failure in studies, infractions of rules, or for other causes. He has been a stern taskmaster, rigid disciplinarian, kindly mentor and friend to thou- sands who, now alumni, recall first his kindness, his helpfulness, his wisdom, though not forgetting his sternness. He has personally ad- vised more than 10,000 freshmen regarding their courses of study and plans of li ing while in the Uni- ersity. He has always regarded teaching as a " luxury " too much denied an executi e. " Many times I have caught myself, " declares an alumni speaking of his course in Greek Art, " sitting as in a trance long after he had finished one of his lectures, so completely did he lift us into the realm of which he spoke. " As Dean of the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, he has had an important part in developing the curriculum, in strengthening the faculty, and in raising the standards of the College. His phrases, " I am sorry to trouble you, " " Will you be so good, " " This is not criticism but friendly suggestion, " " Faithfulh- (iurs, " frequentK- appearing in his correspondence e.xplain why harmony |ire ails in the faculty- of his College. Last year he was invited to the president ' s chair during the year ' s leave of absence of President Norlin, and he filled that difficult post to the satisfaction of the students, facult -, regents, and the ]uilili - at large. Page IS 2z m President George Nor 1 in. Ph H , I, LP aRO» SC IKil . 1 . author, teacher; or- i;aiiizcr, Imildcr, administrator: walker, tra eier, fisherman — these talents and interests of President George Norlin reveal, better than many other words could do, the breadth and the depth of the char- acter of the man. He was a suc- cessful teacher of Greek. He is now a translator of Greek whose work has earned wide approbation. He is a successful University presi- dent. To succeed in these widely separated fields, he must possess a rare combination of qualities. He was a professor of Greek in the I ' niversity for se enteen ears, and for twent%-eight ears has been a leading figure in the development of the institution and in the acade- mic advancement it has made. For eleven years he has administered the atTairs of the I ' niversity as president. The - were eleven of the most difficult in the history- of the institution, including the war period, the adniini.sUMtuin (jl tiie l)uilding program, the growth of the student body to a number three limes as large as when he began. While bringing the University through this difficult period, President Norlin has edited and translated the works of Socrates, published a book of speeches and papers, and made many public addresses; he has walked in the hills, fished in the streams, traveled to the Islands of the Sea. We missed him during his leave of absence last year, and we are glad he is back in his office in Macks ' Building. Pagt 19 The Graduate School K s $3 y TH I-; ' iiaduate School is founded ii) ()n the students ' desire to achie e further knowledge, l)e ond that of the first degree. The Graduate School builds upon this desire and attempts to L;uide those who can profit b - the ojiportunity to a broader and more definite knowledge in a limited field. It has as its aim an intimate working knowl- edge, an interpreting knowledge, rather than ap- ]ireciation based upon a speaking acquaintance. It is also concerned with the training of college and iini ersit ' teachers, and is designed to hel|i those w hose aim is to know thoroughl -. O. C. l.ESTEK Dean Hale Scientific was built in 1890. This is one of the earlier buildings on the campus. It houses the physics and bi- ology departments, the ojfice of the Dean of the Graduate School, and the I ' ni- versitv Museum. ' l ane 10 J College of .Arts and Seiences A ' AST organization of students, each different from the other, a vell-eqiii|Ji)ed faculty com- prising more than loO memijers, and more than a doxcn dift ' erent buildings, makes up the College of Arts and Sciences. The first college on our campus, and toda ' one of America ' s outstanding Colleges of Arts and Sciences, under the direction of a man whose ' er - name is synonymous with the college — -Dean Hellems. And thus goes from year to year growing in size and prestige, granting those who seek, the fruit of itiiflligence. S=!5«0 De.a.n Hellems 4 4im!!l!ilLl A Xnv A rls, one of the more recent uddilions to the campus. It WIS built in 1020 and it was the first of. the ne-,v huildinns to he ereited under the plan of architec- ture to be used on the campus in all ne- v buildings. Pat ' II School of Law m ■ 30 J. CjKaiion Rogers Deu n HI-ADED b - men who ha e distinguished themsel es in the tield of law, the School of Law has risen to the front since its founding in 1892 A three-year course covers (juite thoroughh the problems of torts, and the technique of law The Law School, under the direction of Dean J Grafton Rogers, publishes a law re -iew, The Rocky Mountain Law Rev-iew, which, though a new thing, is being widely accepted by members of the bar throughout the state. A model court is conducted by the law school in which the students are given the best of expe- rience. Our law library is one of the best equipped in the west. Simov Guggenheim Law Building, a gift of lion. Simon Guggenheim, a for- mer United States Senator from Colo- rado. The building erected in 1009 con- tains a properly ar- ranged courtroom for the trial of cases, offices, and a library containing 15,337 bound volumes. fc. ' ' " rzv Past 22 Collciic of Erminccrinii ©»■ ■i o. ONK of the rankini; Kngi America, the College o jineering colleges in illei;e of Kiijiineerini;; has played an important part in the developing of better methods in enijineerini; education and the training of men with higher ideals ft)r the profession as its goal. The requirements of the field of engineering place a responsibility on the university, and its teachers to so guide and train those who come here seeking an education that they may serve in the best and wisest way as opportunit - is offered them later in life. Herbert S. Evans Dean .Jn if- j - ' -r Engine III. one of the three modern en- gine buildings Unit roni prise our College of Engineering, this building con- tains well-equipped laboratories, lecture rooms, and offices for professors. Pate 13 School of Medicine s ■a «» Mairice H. Rees Dca I! ESTABLISHED in 188.S, the School of Medicine of the I ' ni eisity of Colorado has, since 1909, iieen the only medical school in the state. The school is located in Denver where the students are sii cn the opportunity of the best in the va ' of medical training. The course covers a period of three years. A school of Nursing is also located under the College of Medicine. This school offers two courses — a five and three-year course. The first course leads to a degree of B. S. and a di[)loma of nursing. The three-year course leads to a diploma in Nurs- ing from the University of Colorado. This building, erect- ed in 1925, Itouses Ihe office of the dean of the medical school and serves also as a hospital, ft is bet- ter known as the Colorado General Hospital of the Uni- versity of Colorado. 5 n : D 3 1 r S P n 3 Q Q c ' 3 1? nJiB c o e 1 ti ' I . ' ' W - ' O " sfc. 2 ' -.; I Page 24 . Collci c of Pharmacy •ChSxs !B » THH ( " ( Ilt ' i;tM)f Pharm;u- vas()ruanizeci in 101 1, .mil although it is one of the Nounsiest in the CDuntn, , it has already taken its place among the hest institutions in the i-oiniir ' . The Colleije holds rijjidK ' to the highest plane of academic standards and strict observance of the high code t)f ethical ideals surrounding the profession. The demand for well-trained pharmacists has grown rapidK ' since the ado[ tion of the Pure Foods and Drug Law in 190(1, and the College of Phar macy at the Iiiiversity has shown a steady growl li each vear. lIoMtK ( " . WaSHBCKX Pearl iW ' WC-r . ' : i n • ' i J--il J ' ' ■ ' ' i -sit ■ mmm Old fnin, the first building on the cam- pus of the Univer- sity of Colorado, once residence of the president, assembly room for the student body, and home of early class work. Now it houses the offices of the campus publications. little theatre, romance lan- guage departments, and College of Phar- macy. Erected in 1876. Paft 2S ..O ' v.., The School of Business Administration : " ©«■ iS O THIS Scliool has as its jnirpose the ediirating and training of -()un,i nien and women tor more responsible fjositions in the business worhl through at lireetold training, consisting of a general edu- cation, of specialized work in business subjects, and of a social or ethical jioint of iew. Courses are offered in the fields of: (ieneral Business, Accounting, Banking and Finance, Mar- keting and Secretarial ' ork. Requirements for admission consist of the regular fifteen high school credits and two years of College w ork in tiie College of Arts and Sciences. I I- . A. tJl ,HEE Dca It Nnl only does the Simon Guggenheim Law Building house the lawyers, hut it also serves as home of class rooms and offices of the School of Business Admin- istration. Page 26 mdJ School ol X kisic ! eO ESTAni.ISHKD as a sei)arate nilleRe in li 2(). thf (. ' ollfije of Musir is ra[)i(li - assumiiiji a position of importance in the state as a leiiter of music. Inder tlie direction of Professor Rowland W. Dunham the curriculum has heen re ised to meet the standards of the leading music colleges in the country. The college is well equipped with most modern facilities for teaching piano and organ. During the past ear this College has presented .se eral concerts. A degree of Bachelor of Music, with a major in piano, organ, voice, or violin. A certificate of PuMic School Music is also granted. ROWL.VXI) " . DlMlAM Director 1 m mm The Music Conser- vatory, once home of the Medic Building,, noTV a modernly equipped music hall. It is here that voice, piano and violin in- struction is given by competent professors and instructors. Pafc V College of Education ' Cf m ! !l30 Du. II. M. Bakkktt Den II OXlv of ihc early pioneers in the field of educa- ti(in. the L ' ni ersity of Colorado was among I he lir t Inixersities to establish a chair of educa- tion, it has developed from one single instructor to one of the strongest colleges in the I ' nixersity. The college has a training school where stu- dents are gi en thorough courses in practice teaching. The Boulder Public Schools offer oppor- I unity for practice teaching during the school ear. The courses offered gi e the student a broad general training in the field of education. The standard of the department is way above the average, and the College of Education is known as one of the most outstanding colleges of its type ill the west. West To ' der, AVii ' Arts Building. Among Ihc many offices in the spa- cious New A rls Building is that of Dr. Barren ' s, and Ihe College of Edu- cation. I PagelS Extension Depciitmcnt jK m i ' di ' » OKIC.IXATKI) «iili idea of the University ' s ilrawint; nearer tu the people, to strengthen the life of the people. The Kxtension nepariMieiit was organized in 1(113 at the I ' nixersity. This department oflers correspondence courses in a good man - studies offered at the I ' nixersitv-. It maintains a well- stocked visual education department which sends slides and motion pictures out over the state. I ' nder the direction of Professor Petersen, this department has become a prominent factor in the success of the I ' nixersitv. P rofess JR Piai:Ksii 0»§m Old Woodbury, once the lively dormitory of a smalt and rapidly-grou ing state university. It is no-iV the home of the Department of Eng- lish Language and the Extension De- partment. This UHis the second building to be erected on our campus. It was built in 1800. I ,i,- 2 School of Journalism ■ io Ralph S. Ckosman Professor of Jourtuilism O.XLV seven years okl, but already an out- standing department in tlic I ' nhersit)- of Colorado. The Department of Journalism was organized in 1922. The (leixirtment issues twice a week a model newspaper, the " Colorado Sun, " a mythical daily, one issue of which is printed once a year. Asso- ciated Press and L ' nited Press service is offered in the laboratory work. lender Professor Ralph S. Crosman the cur- riculum of the department has been made highly ])ractical. A broad general education along with l)rofessional tr.iining is assured the student. MackeyAuditormm, the gift of Andrew J. Mackcy, wealthy pioneer and miner. This building is the largest on the cam- pus, has an audi- torium with a seat- ing capacity of 2,- 800, one of the larg- est pipe organs in the state, and admin- istrative offices, in- cluding the office of the Department of Journalism. Page 30 Slimmer OLiai-tcr s !=!© TIIK largest summer school west of the Missis- sinpi. This is the reputation of the Summer School at the Inixersitx ' of Colorado. i; er summer it draws lumdreds from o cr the country to its classes. Professors from other noted uni ersities of the countrx- make up a larjic part of the faculty. I ' nder the summer quarter system practicall e er - department of the uni ersit - is utilized con- tinuousK ' for the instruction of students with the exception of one week in June and three in Sep- tember of each vear. MlLU UliKllAM Dean rn. K ■ ' " ti-l- " " ' ' 1 £iii— ■5 Along with the offi- ces of professors in Mathematics, Eng- lish Literature. Edu- cation, Germ a n. Psychology and His- tory, the Ncii ' Arts Building also con- tains the offices of the head oj the Sum- mer School. This view shows the western entrance to the building. Page 31 Dean of Women m isa i l. l IA I.AWKtM !■: IjKilWN Dfa n WKRl- I Id liaM ' liiiione wisli lor ihnse of ' ()U wliose li es I touch in our college ears, it would lie that in this period ' ou should come to realize that experience should never he an end in itself. There is a finality about experience that smacks of the end of things. To be jonous, life should he full of jireparation. If we hut think that we are alwa s making read ' lor something, our minds are acute, our bodies alert, our spirits high. Life is ahead; we rush to meet it. It beckons us on — prepare! prepare! .Such a life is continual youth, no mere span of four ears, dripping satiet -. Seek not experience, but a purpose within you. that life ma - nrit be an episode, but a jirocess. The Women ' s build- ing,, an I ' urly pioneer }iuiiding on our ram- pus. A I one time it was the closest build- ing between the cam- pus and the Chau- tauqua. Time brings many changes. Built as a woman ' s dormi- tory, it has contin- ued to serxe as a cen- ter of women ' s ac- tivities on the cam- pus. It now houses the office of the Dean of Women. I Page 32 Dean of Icn is " :izw E ( " H year I am asked 1) - the Coloracioan to make a statement of in ' duties, and carh ear it becomes more difficult to say an thin new, for m ' work docs not chani;c much. It consists pri- maril - of answcrlnj; the (jucstions and talking o cr the problems and difficulties of individual men. li is true that I alsf) have certain administrative diilie pertaininj; to men, such as housing, eniplo ineni, student organizations, readmissions, etc., bin I feel that these are and should be subordinate to ilie personal work with individual students. It is also one of the duties of the Dean of Men to furnish lists of enipUnment for those who wish to work their wa - through school. This service has been carried out verv successfuUv. ' . 1 " . ORCESTER_J Dean of Men n Looking from the west side loiiard Ihe east from Ihe gallery of Slaekey Audito- rium. This particular sec- lion of the building is the sacred section allotted to the fresh- men for chapel. Not far from this A uditorium and lo- cated in Ihe east uing of the building is the office of Ihe Dean of Men. Mackey 203. Pat ' 31 ni Associated Students of the University of Colorado ' C ' Oia g " UNBg i THK Power ot student goxernnient is iiuested in the Associated Students of the Uni ersit - of Colorado. This organization which is composed of all the students of the Uni ersity is headed by a President, ' ice-President, Secretary-, President of the Boosters ' Club, President of the A. V. S., the student marshal, two women, and four men elected at large from the student body. These officers and repre- sentatives comprise the student council. Walter B. Franklin, graduate manager, is employed to take care of technical matters which the council itself canne t handle. Eight committees are appointed In- the council to regulate and control the student actixities on the campus. These committees co er the fields of school traditions, freshman interests, social life, public speaking, publications, athletics, finances, and band. These committees are made up of students and faculty ' members. It has been to the credit of the students comjirising these committees and the student council that they ha e been permitted to ha e a great deal of freedom in handling matters of student government. Holt, Sutherl. ' . I), Smith Page 34 3z A. S I ' . C. Committees Ps ■- ya - ! !@0 Board of Publications Kreo Denton Astrid Berg r-RANCEs West Colin Hershev SllllKMAN AI.KOI) Athletic Board Charles Smith Ci.akknce Stewart Debaliii ' j, Board Grant Stanwood Harry Shihart Clara I.andschilz Helen Blaine KaLI ' H I ' llll.LIl ' S Fresh Dial! Interests Phil Milstein I.aira Smith James Blue Milton Zelinkoik Zohner Roller Traditions Harold Ford ViLLL M Stoddard Social Life Edith Stansfield Makv Hirst William Hai.nky " C " Book Committee Ernest Garland Dohothv I ' armkr James Bue Hkli-.n dklikk Financial Board Sherwood Stanley Irki) Dknton Peter Reilly BaRHAKA ClSTANCE Hirst, Stewart, Wellman Stanley, Ford., Sitherland Stanwood, Holt, Gaiser Pagt 3 wins The Senate •C l- ' Sansio THE Senate of the Associated Women Students is an organization of women made up from ilie heads of the arious women ' s activities on the campus. Mary Louise W ' ellman President A . W. S. Bl NTE, BlKK, Cll.l ' 1- AKMKR, Gaiser, Hl ' rst, McKee. Meloy, Patterson Staxsfield, Wells, Wittemyer, Wolcott Pase ib House ( t Rcpi " cscntati ' cs ' S ■hBO T HE memliers of the House of the Associated W ' oiiu ' n SiiKlents are elected 1 ' pDjiiilar ()te. Kditm Stansfiei-d J3 f H M ACSTIN, Ul.EECKER. Hi IRt.V, HkaNM N. Hi RK Chi.anda, Hocking, Huffman. Jameson, Mili , Neai. Nelson, Pollard, Smith, Speck, Stewart Seniors O fel iiiii J i Nl iii l iiiiiiii N ii NN ii iiii I m il JagaJ ffifi i iiM i i i lT mmmmmm SSBBafS W Class Officers Jack Davis President Don Griffin Vice-Presidenl Beulah Wittemyer Secretary Pete Reilly Treasurer KiiiLLY, Wittemyer, Davis Page 3S c Juniors ■ @o Perry Barti.ktt Ray Gunning . Betty Selfridge Di;an Fakkili. Class Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Bartlett, Selfridge, Gunning Patt39 Sophomores «e (S)(a am ! IO Class Officers George Carlsox J. MES Claggett Alice Schrepferman Chester Nelson President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Paee 40 Freshmen Class Officers Ra -mond Curran President Wilbur Meykrs Vice-Presidenl Alice Faller Secretary John Winters Treasurer I ' l KKAN. l-ALLEH Pos.i 41 .:.« ' ? .._ o m The Combined Engineers ■ vjc; H eo Dan Creedon Jack Davis Nat Kixxey George Warren- George Philpott Officers President Vire-President Secretary Treasurer Editor of Colorado Engineer Creedon, Davis, Kinney, Philpott, arken Page 42 " f C " omhi!iCLl 1 ,ii vers tSts :: rj3 » William Hell Claire Davis JoK RrcK SiDNKV Jacobs Officers President Secretary Bailiff Sheriff Page 4} Beli,, Davis, Rlxk rf i i yae«iiS3SiS Sfcff;isSsSS4SS5BS Pait 44 I u CLASSES Book II 1929 Mfiib SENIORS Patr 4f T. V. Abhot Trinidad Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. C. E. (3, 4); Pres. (4); Boosters Club (3, 4). Andrew D. Aitken. Jk. Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi; Adelphi (1, 2 ; Debates (2); Gym Squad (2). Jessie Allely Boulder Arts and Sciences Methodist Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); May Fete 1,2 ; R. M.C. C. (1). Soma Elizabeth Allen Boulder Arts and Sciences Co-ed Booster; Presbyterian Union; A. V. S.; House ol Representati es; Freshman Medic; Nu Sigma Phi. John G. Anderson Denver Engineering I ' hi Kappa Tau; Sigma Ep- silon; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; A. S. C. E.; " C " Club; Tennis (2,3,4);C aptain (4J. H. Roys Aknolu Engineering Beta Gamma; Eta Kappa Nu;Tau Beta Pi; A. 1. E. E.; Band; Hiking Club (1, 2,; Glee Club (2). Louise Abernathev Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; SiUer and Gold (1, 2); Little Theater (1). Esther M. Albright Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Spur (2); L-iy Fete (3 ; El Circulo Espanol; Le Circle Francais. Ethan Putnam Allen Boulder Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha. kra Alps Loveland Arts and Sciences Mav Vete. |.isephine Louise . ntoine Boulder Arts and Sciences Girls ' Glee Club; Choral I ' nion. Antoinette Austin .Allison Arts and Sciences lpha Nu; Women ' s Club; W. A. A.; Big Sister; May lite; Women ' s Club Triad; . W . C. A.; House Pres. Ptije 46 Elizabeth Bakek Boulder .1 ris It lid Si iences Delta Gamma; Mav Fete (3). Eka Allena Bait.h Hastings, Neb. Arts and Sciences Pail C. Benedict Canon City Ens ineering Vice-president A. S. C. E. Stuart Bekesford Boulder Arts and Sciences " C " Club: Heart and Dagger: Interf raternity Council; Chairman ' ophoniore Prom: Boosters dperetta; Football (2, i. 4i; Basket Ball U, 2. 3. 4): BaseMl (1, 2. i, 4). Pauline F. Bernzen Boulder Alpha Delta Pi. Doris Deane Black Denver Arts and Sciences .Alpha Delta Pi; History Club: Cniversity Women ' s Club; Oxford College for Women U ' : May F te (.? ; Big Sisters (4 1. Grace E. Barki.ev Ft. .Morgan Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega; Iota Sigma I ' i: W. A. A.; V. W. C. A,; Presbyterian I ' nion; I ' nivcr- sit U ' omen ' s Club Council; Mav lete. Chas. D. Beach Pueblo Engineering Tau Beta Pi (Prcs. 4); Sigma Tau; Sigma Epsilon; A. S. C. E. JOSKI ' HINE .X.NNE BeNNETT Denver Arts and Scienies Kappa Kappa Gamma; Hes- pcria; Players Club (4); Big Sisters (4 1; Junior Prom Committee (. i; Panhellenic (2, .?); W. A. A. (1); V. W. C. .A. (1. 2, i): Cniversity Women ' s Club i.2, i); French Club (1. 2, 3). .Astrid L. Berg Loveland Arts and Sciences Theta Sigma Phi; President ti; Silver and Gold (2, 3, t ; Wonien ' s Editor (4); irder of the Scroll; Board of Publications; W. .A. . .; V. W. I . A.; Co-ed Boosters; Big isters (4). I oris 11. HlNDERtP Denver Engineering Ke. p. Bl.vckwell Grand Junction Engineering Beta Gamma; Tau Beta Pi; I ' ta Kappa Nu; Vaudeville; ' i|)eretta; . . I. E. E.; Band; I ol orado Engineer; Boosters ' lub. PoiV 47 Helen Makshaix Blaine Glenwood Springs Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega; Panhel- lenic (3, 4); A. S. V. C. Committee. Edwin J. Bomer Brownsville, Tenn. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. Dorothy E. Bright Boulder Arts and Sciences V -A. (1. 2 1; Women ' s Club (2, 3, i). Margaret Brooks Denver Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; V. A. A.: Home Economics Club; Cosmopoli- tan Club. Elizabeth D. Brown Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Chi Delta Phi (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Choral Cnion (3); May Fete. RoriERT M. Brown Littleton Engineering Sigma I ' hi Epsilon; Sigma Epsilon; A. S. C. E.; Apple Kest. Ida Bolen Boulder Arts and Sciences Kloyd C. Bradfield Dolores Engineering Beta Gamma; Eta Kappa Nu;Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E. William P. Brinsky Leadville Engineering A. .Allen Brown Grand Junction Arts and Sciences . cacia: Boosters Club; Phi Alpha Delta; Interfraternity Council. Lois Chase Brown Platteville Arts and Sciences lpha Chi Omega; Spanish Club; W. A. A.; Women ' s Club; lntr imural Basket Ball. Ri TH Ra(.i.ani) Brown Denver Arts and Sciences I ' i Beta Phi; French Club; Spanish Club; Choral t ' nion; W. A. A. Pui ' i- 4S N ' iRr.iNiA Ukuwn Denver Arts and Sciences Delta ( " lanima; Mortar Boiinl ; Mespcria; Senate I.?, 4); Win- dow (,?); yuill il, 2. 3i; May King (3); •e .• etary of Class (I. 2). Kathekine Houldcr Arts and Sciences Ihi Delta I ' lii; Mortar Board Window (3, 4); Editor (4). BeKNICE BlNTE Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi: Hockev (1. 2, 3, 41: Basket Ball (1, ' 2, 3. 4); Baseball ll, 2, 3. 41; W. A. A. Boiird (2, 3, 4i:Treas urer (2 1: High School Con- ference (3): Track (4); Co-ed Boosters i2i: Spur (3, 4): Bij; Sisters (2,3. 4i; Chairman Bij; Sisters (4); Women ' s Club (2. 3, 4); Council (3i: A. W. S. Senate (3, 4): Independent Representative (3i: NVomen ' s " C " Club. Nellie Mae Cary Boulder Arts and Sciences H. C. V. C, Secretarv: W . A. A.: Alpha Zeta Pi: Alpha Nu. I.AIRA E. ChESEBRO Hawthorne Arts and Sciences Math Club. Hazel Cook Boulder .1 rts a nd Sciences Kappa Delta Pi. I.OYALL BrOW.NELL Fleming Arts and Sciences Beth I,. Biirgy Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta: Spur: Panhcllcnic 2. 3); House of Represent- atives (41; W. A. . . C.EORC.L .Marie Camptos. l.iverniore .■1 rts a nd Sciences I ' .lee Club. Wayne E. Cmamiiers Boulder Engineering I ' i Kappa .Alpha. Charles .M. Olatho Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma Pau; Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. I-;. E.; lootball II, 2, 3); Basket Ball (2, 3l; Track (1, 2, 3). I.uis .M. Cook Boulder .1 rts and Sciences lpha Zeta Pi; Congo Club; I ' niversity Women ' s Club; Choral Union (1, 2); Glee Club (U. Pagi 49 Gerald B. Cooksox Littleton Engineering Rov Am.en Cox Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Zeta Bi; Cercle Fran- cais; Cosmopolitan Club. Mauidx II. Ckofto.n Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma: Women ' s Club (2, 3); Triad (2 I; W. A. A. (2); Big Sisters (2): Little Theater (3 1; Make- up Committee, Blayers Club: (Jperetta (3, 4): House of Representatives (3, 4). Charlotte Cllp Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Hesperia; Glee Club (2, 3); V. V. C. A.; Cabinet; History Club, Secre- tarv; Chairman, Point Svs- tem, A. VV. S. Kathrv.n Davidson Boulder A rts and Sciences Rocky Mountain Club; Cniversit - Club. Climbers Women ' s Edna Delser Boulder .Iris and Sciences WoniLMi ' s Club. Frances Coombs Boulder Arts and Sciences . lpha Delta Pi; Co-ed Boost- ers; Big Sisters: W. . . A.; ' . W. C. A.: Women ' s League ' audeville. Dan F. Creedon Littleton Engineering Sigma Tau, ' ice-presi(lent; Sigma Epsilon; President. Combined Engineers; " C " Club; Baseball i3). . . G. CllAVORTH Ft. Morgan Engineering rhi Kappa Tau; Sigma Tau; . . S. C. E.; Sumalia; " C " Club; Track (1. 2, 3, 4); X ' ice-pres. " C " Club. Barbara Custance Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; Hesperia; V. W. C. . .; House of Representa- tives; Boosters Club. J. CK Davis Craig Engineering Sigma Chi; " C " Club: Eta Kappa Nu; Sigma Tau: Heart and Dagger; ' ice-president ; Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Captain (4); A. L E. E.; Pres. Eta Kappa Nu; X ' ice-president ( ombined Engineers; Presi- dent, Senior Class. Charles De Tata Florence Engineeriii ' Page 50 i El.OlSK DlDKlCKSON Montrose Arts and Stieiues Delta Delta Delta; ( " .lee Clul.; Women ' s llub; Y. M. C. A.: Women ' s Leasjiie Orchestra. Ja( K A. Donnelley Trinidad Engineering Sigma Epsilon (3, 4); A. i . ( ' . E.: X ' ice-president Sigma Epsilon 14 ' ; Apple Eest Com- mittee {4 ' . WiLLLVM J. Dl VlS Denver Engineering Sigma Rho; Eta Kappa Nii; A. I. E. E. Mabel Duncan Oneida, III. Arts and Sciences C. ec Club (2, 3); El Circle Espanol. CiWENDOLYN EdWAKDS Greeley Arts and Sciences .Alpha I ' hi: Sophomore Police; Big Sisters. Women ' s Club; U . A. A. .Martin Eisendokfek Denver Engineering A. S. M. E. ' era Di. on Louisville Arts and Sciences Sylvl Dow I ' arshall iiisiness A dministration IinL M Draper Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; Home Eco- noTiiiis Club; May Kete (3); I 1 iiion. Charles Durning Leadville Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; A. S. M. E.; ' ice-pres. (4); Tau Beta I ' i. S. EciERTON Boulder Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Epsilon, I ' res. (4): A. S. C. E.. Sec. (4). L l.KLL Elliott, Jr. Boulder .Irts and Scienies Iheta -Mpha Phi; Methodist Student Coun cil (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (3. 4). PagtSI Mable Elizabeth Ekicksox Boulder Arts and Scietues Alpha Zeta Pi; Women ' s Club. Mary D. Ebaxs Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Zeta Pi; Chi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; V. A. A.; Hockey. Track, Archery; Apparatus: Le Cercle Fran- cais (3. 4); El Circulo Espanol (4); Der Deutsche X ' erein; Cosmopolitan Club. Florence Fairbanks Delta Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Women ' s League X ' audeville; I ' niver- sity Women ' s Club; Silver and Gold. Sam F ' ingek. l n, Jr. Denver Engineering A. I. E. E.; Cosmopolitan Club. (;r. ce H. F ' ischer Walden Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Phi. Harold Ford Lamar Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta; Sumalia, Secretary- and Treasurer; Pi Epsilon Pi; Boosters Club; A. S. L ' . C. Council; Chair Traditions; Business manager, Coloradoan; Chairman Boost- ers; Operetta; Sr. Invitations; Basket Ball manager; Junior Prom. RoYE F. Erickson Canon City Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; A. S. L E.; Interfraternitv Council. Jane Ewinc; Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Corwin Fairbairn Berthoud Arts and Sciences -Alpha Chi Omega; Big Sisters (2); Panhellcnic (3); Glee Club; F ' rench Club (3); Span- ish Club (2, 3). Andrew Finlev Pueblo Medical Sclioo! M. R ' C. F " lanagax Casper, Wyo. Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; W. A. .; .; Big Sisters; Spur; rni ersity Women ' s Club. Elmer J. Forsman Nuela Engineering A. S. M. E. i 4 Page 52 I. f WAlta Alpha lenic. I). K. KoSTER Boulder Arts and Sciemes Omioroii Pi: Pnnhfl J, H. Fritz. BoiiUlc r .1 ris a ltd Si iemes W. A. A.: I ' niversity Hikers Club; I ' niversitv Women ' s tluh: Y. V. C ; A.: Intra murals; Mav Fete. Kathrvn Filler Fort Collins Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. C. E. FlRNESS Denver Arts and Sciences French Club; Women ' s League; Xaudeville i3); House of Representatives (4); Big Sisters (3. 4i; Women ' s Club; May Fete; Women ' s League Orchestra (3); Spanish Club (2, 3). NLvnEL C.AISER Denver Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; Players Club; Little Theater; A, S. I ' . C. Council; Senate: Junior Class Secretary- : Dodo; Panhellenic. D. H. CiARDNER Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Nu; " C " Club; Boost- ers Club; X ' ice-president Boosters Club: Football .Manager. B. II. 1 ' raser Denver Arts and Sciences .Vlelphi. E. E. F ' lh.ler Canon City Engineering A. I. E. E. 1 ' . . . Flxscher Hoi yoke Arts and Sciences . lpha Phi: Alpha Zeta Pi; Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Beta Kappa: Women ' s Club; l-rcnch Club; Big Sisters; Spanish Club; Women ' s League X ' audeville; W. A. A. L. C.AITIIER Siloam Springs, .Ark. Engineering Lamlula Chi .Mpha: Eta Kap- pa Nu; Pi Epsilon Pi; .A. I. K. E.; Boosters Operetta; Boosters ' audeville; Colo- rado F ngineer; Operetta Com- mittee. E. (Jam BILL Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi: Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi: .Mpha Zeta Pi: V. W. C. A.: W. A. . .: Women ' s Club; Mctho list Students Council. ( )KI.ENE M. GinsoN Boulder Delta Zeta; W. A. A.; V. W. C. A.; Women ' s Club; Congo Club. Pait S3 f Helen Giese Fort Morgan Music Kappa Alpha Tlieta. John D. CiILLASPIE Boulder Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Rho Sigma; Coloradoan 1,4). Helen Gregory Glenwood Springs Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Guy Glllion Colorado Springs Engineering Sidney Hacker Pueblo Arts and Sciences Alpha Nu; President of Math Club (4 ; Debating (3, 4). WlNAllI ' LL 1 lAMILTciN Monte N ' ista Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega; Al|)!ia Zeta Pi; Women ' s Boosters; El Circulo Espanol; I.e Circle Krancais; Women ' s Club; Big Sisters; House of Representa- tives. Carroll Gilbert Greeley Pharmacy Delta Tau Delta; Dodo; Wrestling; Coloradoan; Congo Club; ' ashburn ceutical Society. Pharnia- Hazel Goure Boulder Arts and Sciences lota Sigma Pi; May Fete (,V|; Home Economics Club; I ' .ig Sisters (3,4). Charles ;kiffith Estes Park Engineering A. S. C. E.; Wrestling (3, 4); ■■(• " Club. John Glstafson Boulder Engineering I ' au Beta Pi; A.S. M. E. Don O. Hampton Los .Angeles. Cal. Business Administration Beta Theta Pi; Scimitar; Boosters Club. BiUiT Hanna. Jk. Nucla Arts and Sciences M nia Klio; Sigma Delta Ciii; Adelphi (3, 4); Glee Club (3); Wrestling (1, 2, 3. 4.; Track (2. 3); " C " Club. I ' ajf S4 Lillian Manna Del Norte Arts and Siintces Alplui Nu l4i: rnivcrsity Women ' s Club (2. 4 ; Matlie- nuitics C " lul (2, 3, 4). IIelin Hanson ( " lowric. Iowa .1 ris II nd Scitnces Francis Hart Colorinio Springs Eniiineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tau Beta Phi; Sigma Tau: Sigma Ep- silon: A. S. C. E. (2, .?. 4i. President (4); Players Club. Senior Play (1); Little Thea- ter Plavs (2): Wrestling Squad (2. 3, 4). Donald Hays Eaton Arts and Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi Kappa. Phi: Kappa Mary Carlisle Hearon Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega: lota Sig- ma Pi: .Alpha .Nu: Women ' s Club; Triad (,2j; I ' ouncil (3 ; Big Sisters. Gerald IIenaghan Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma .Alpha Epsilon: Torch and Shield: Sumalia: Foot- ball (2, 3, 4i; Operetta (2); A. S. V. C. Congress (ll: Junior Prom Committee i3 . Chester W. Hanson Morganville, Kan. Engineering lpha Sigma Phi: Eta Kap- pa .Nu; Sigma Tau; Players lull; Little Theater. Helen M. Harper Boulder Arts a nd Sciences Iniversitv Women ' s C Triad. J. Lewis Hathaway Den ver Engineering ! " ta Kappa Nu; Glee Club: . I. li. E.; Boxing: Tennis. Eleanor Lee Hearon Denver .Ir 5 and Sciences lpha Chi Omega; Women ' s I lub: Triad; Big Sisters. Mildred Hehel Denver Arts and Sciences . W. C. A.; Women ' s Club; liitramurals (3, 4); House [ ' resident (4). Caroline Henry Boulder .1 rts ll nd Sciences Kappa Kappa (iamma; Wonicn ( " lub. Patt SS ,. ? BiLLlE Lou HiNES Den er Arls and Sciences Alpha Zeta Pi; Spur; Univer- sity Women ' s Club; Spanish Cliib; President (2);W.A.A.; Cosmopolitan. Maireen Hogan Dallas, Texas Arts and Sciences . A. A.; Women ' s Club; French Club; Spanish Club. W. MoscHELLE Howard La Junta Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha. Glen Hutchinson Mar ' sville, Kan. Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta. Reed Hynds Monte Vista Arls and Sciences EVEYLN IREY Boulder Arts and Sciences Harry Hobbs Rawlins, Wyo. Arts and Science Phi Kappa Tau; Sigma Delta Chi: Quill Club; Little Thea- ter (3i; Yellow Jackets (3). Richard Holderness Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi; Adelphi; Sigma Delta Chi; Boosters Club (3, 4): Operetta (2, 3, 4); Coloradoan (L 2. 3). Feature Editor (3); Glee Club (1); Dodo (2, 4). L RY Hurst Arvada Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; Hesperia; A. C- r. C. Council i4i; A. S. U- C. Social Committee (3, 4); Mav Fete. Howard Hutchinson Colorado Springs Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; Eta Kappa Xu; Presbyterian Union; Colorado Engineer; Band; A. I. E. E. Luther Intemann Denver Engineering Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Epsilon; 1 nter fraternity Council (1 1; Dodo.;an Jackson HiUsvillc, Pa. Arts and Sciences Beta Gamma; History Club; Interfraternity Council. I Page 56 Stephen James Villi;imsl ur Arts and Sciences Wrestling. Baseball. Beth Johnson Delta Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi: Big Sisters; Silver and Cold: W . .A. . .: V. V. C " . . .. Ihora! Union. ( .enevieve Johnson Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Dodo: I ' niversitv Women s Club; V. V. I " . . .: .May Fete: Silver and Gold. Edn.a Jones Georgetown .-1 rts n nd Sciences Congo Club. .Adolph Kath Scottsbluff, . eb. Arts and Sciences Track. Ele. nor M. Keady Dodge City, Kan. Arts and Sciences Kappa .Alpha Thcta; Silver and Gold; Home Eronomics llub; Y. V. C. .A.; Women ' s Club. .Mii.DKEi) Jamison Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; mittce. IIistor ' Com- Edward Johnson Palisade .1 rts and Sciences Phi Kap|)a Tau; .M|)ha Nu; Glee club; Boosters Club; ■S ' ellow Jackets; Operetta. Marie Johnson ii ' hita Falls, Te.xas Business Administration Pi Beta Phi. . . R. Jordan Boulder Arts and Sciences Congo Club; Student Secre- t.iry: Choral Union: Boosters Club: 0|x-retta: l.ittic Thea- ter Plav; Glee Club. I.oiisE Kaifkman Boulder .Ir 5 and Sciences Methodist Student Council; I niversity Woman ' s Club; Mav Fete. Jas. H. Keachie Basin, Wyo. Engineering, .Alpha Sigma Phi; .A. I. E. E.; Football Squad; Operetta Orchestra; Band. Pate 57 LiiKoY Kei.lkk Boulder Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ignia Delta Chi; Pi Epsilon Pi; Boosters Club; Scroll: Dodo; Silver and Cold, Associate Editor; Little Theater; Junior Prom Conunittee. RouEKT Kerr Crested Butte A ris and Sciences Sigma Rho; Boosters Club; Historj- Club; Political Sci- ence Club. Nat Kinney Denver Engineering Phi Kappa Psi; Sigma Tau; Sigma Epsilon; Applefctt Committee; Engineers ' Ball Committee; Secretan, ' Com- bined Engineers; Engineers ' Dav. ll.l.lAM KiTEI.EV Longniont Engineering A. S. ' M.E. Jdel Knoop ersailles, Mo. Eiigineering Acacia; Sigma Epsilon; I ' i Epsilon Pi; A. S. C. E. 1 Iahiild Koeuxeu Bouhler A rIs a nd Sciences Gordon Kennedy Boulder Engineering EdG. R KlMll.ALL Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi; Boosters ( lub: Interfraternity Coun- cil; Silver and Gold ; Boosters Vaudeville Committee; Booster Operetta Committee. Floyd Kirkpatbick Paxton, Neb. Engineering A. S. . 1. E.; Congo Club. MVRNA KnISELY Liberal. Kan. .4 rts a nd Sciences Veha Delta Delta. George Koch Keokuk, Iowa Business Adminislralion Siijma Chi; X ' arsitv C.olf; " C Ciub. Rita Koi.i. Boulder . I rts and Sciences Lnixersitx ' Wonien ' s Club Page SS Kenneth Kostenhadkk Erie Arts a lid Si iences M HV I AKIN I ' ucblo Sihoo! of Music Asaph Musical Sorority: ' ilfc Club. (. " LAR.A l.ANDSCHLLZ Dubuque, Iowa Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta; " arsit Swimming Team; Debati Committee. Carolyn Larson Wray Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; V. A. A.; Histon ' Club; Choral In ion. Oscar I.iden Lcadville Arts and Sciences I ' hi Kappa Tau; Sigma Oclt.i Chi; yuill Club: Interfratcr nity Council: Junior Prom Committee; Treasurer; Sig ma Delta Chi; Editor Student Directors; Silver and (iolil Daisy Mae Little Fort Collins . ' 1 ris a nd Sciences Delta Delta Delta; W. A. A. Board: Coloradoan; Operetta. kl liv KvsAk Boulder Arts and Sciences Home Economics Club; ed Boosters; V. . . : . Co EiNiCE Lamson Neosho, Mo. Arts and Sciences Kappa -Alpha Theta; . W. C, .- .; Spur; Choral Cnion. I-EKN Lane Durango Arts and Sciences .Mphii Chi Omega; Glee Club. Richard Lee Denver Arts and Scietues Phi Ganuua Delta; .-Xdelphi; Track Squad; (jolf Squad. COLDNER LiPSEY Boulder Pharmacy Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Delta Chi; Washburn Pharmaceuti- cal Society; President V. P. S. Secretary, President and Treasurer of Phi Delta Chi. Theresa Lewis Brush Ir 5 and Sciences Delta Zeta: Kappa Delta Pi; Spur; Big Sisters; Silver and Cold. Pant fi Harry G. Lohr Longmont Business Adminhtrntinn Delta Sigma Pi. C. Neil Macdonald Denver Business Administration Phi Delta Theta; Scimitar; Delta Sigma Pi; Football Manager. Elizabeth McCarthy Glenwood Springs Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; Choral Union; Ma Fete; Dodo; Silver and Gold. A. M. McClure Trinidad Engineering A. I.E. E. Florence H. McKee Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Hesperia; Mortar Board; Silver and Gold (1. 2, 3); Big Sisters (1,2, 3); VV. A. A. (1, 2,3,4); May Fete; Senate; Chairman Women ' s Loan Committee. John J. McKinley Delcarbon Engineering Acacia; .Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Epsilon Pi; A. I. C. E.; Secretary, Pi Epsilon Pi; Chairman, Boost- ers Chill Auditing Com- mittee. . aron Lt:TZ Denver Arts and Sciences I ' resident Combined Inde- pendents (3, 4); Boosters (3, 4); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); Captain (3, 4); Basket Ball (1); " C " Club. Russell Alan McCallion Denver Arts and Sciences Chi Psi; Scimitar; Pi Epsilon Pi; Boosters Club; Operetta; l.ittle Theater Business Staff. Nelle McGlire Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Mav Fete; W. A. A. llii.H McCreky Boulder .4 rts a nd Sciences rustling. Thelnl McKee Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; Big Sisters (2, 3); Dance Drama; Mav Fete; V. V. C. A.; Operetta (2, 3); Women ' s League Committee; Boosters Water Pageant; Women ' s League Vaudeville. |) viD . . McLean Cireeley Engineering Lambda Chi . lpha, .Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; .A. 1. C. E.; Colorado Engineer. Page 60 Al.MA X ' lVlAN McNaI.I. Mill City. S. D. Arls and Sciences Oelta Zeta: Women ' s Club; V. A. A. Window. CiEOKciE Raymond Mahkk Denver Rns ineering, I ' hi Kapixi Tau: . lpha Chi Sigma: A. S. Ch. E.; Band. Maxim-: Mei.oy Manitou Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta: -A. W. S.; Senate President W. . . .A. (4) Head of Track i. i: Hockey Basket Ball ; Track; Big Sisters (2, ,?, 4 : Women ' s Club I ' . C-. H. C. iK(.iNiA . . Metcalfe Bliss. N.V. Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Women ' s Club: Mav l- " cte. Helen Makik Millek Longmont .1 rts a nd Sciences Delta (iamma; Silver and ( " .old (1); Coloradoan; Y. W. C. A.; W. A. . . il. 2, 3); Choral I ' nion; Big Sisters (2). Katherine Moore Boulder Arls and Sciences Catherine M. ck Boulder Arls and Sciences W. . . . .: Intr.imurals (2, 3). Hrnkv .- . Matis Telluride Engineering Kta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E. Clare S. .Merman Lyons Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi; Wrestling 2, 3, 4). .Alaine C. Meyer Denver Arls and Sciences Pi Beta Phi: Thcta Sigma Phi: Little Theater, Costum- ing: Silver and Ciold: Porpoise Club. M xrie Miller .Manzanola Arls and Sciences (hi Omega: W. . . A.; Dodo 1 1 : Sophomore Prom Com- mittee (2). ki 111 FCi.LEN Morrison Rocky Ford Arls and Sciences Delta Zeta; Dodo; Mav Pete. I ' aet 61 ' Margaret Mokthn Denver Arts and Scieuces Pi Beta Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; Porpoise Club; Big S sters; V. W. Central Oioup. Barbara Mit-Nix Fort Morgan Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; Mortar Board; Phi Beta Kappa; Hesperia; V. A. A. Board. Glenn Murphy Louisville Engineering Tau Beta Pi; A. S. C. Colorado Engineer. Harold S. Nai el St. Marys, Ohio Engineering A. S. M. E. Cole D. Xeff C reede Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau ' Beta Pi; Iniversity Hiking Club; Colorado Mountain Club and A. I. C. E. Elven Nelson Boulder Arts and Scie nces Wrestling, Track. Michael Mihovich Center Engineering Eta Kappa Xu; Tau Beta i; A. I. E. E. Charles E. Mvnson Boulder Arts and Sciences Beta Gamma; Sigma Delta Chi; Coloradoan Editor; President esle - Foundation Council. Anna Marie Mi rphv Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; W. A. A.; A. V. S. Representative; Porpoise Swimming Team; Sophomore, Junior and Senior Swimming Teams. Water Pageant. Gertrude Nance Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma; Freshman Prom Committee. Clarence Neilson Boulder Engineering Alpha Sigma Chi; Tau Beta Pi; . . 1. C. E.; Managerial Staff, Colorado Engineer. VU.LL M Nevin Denver Business Administration Phi Kappa Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; President; Scimitar, ' ice- president; Tumbling Team; Nice-president Freshmen Class; President School of Business Administration. Paft 62 Sidney Nichols Colorado Springs Engineering Aaron Oherc. Denver Engineering ■»tj;n a Rho: Tau Beta Alpha (hi Sigma: American Institution of Chemical En- gineers. JuMN K. OlTT Boulder Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu: A. I. E. E. K. L. Parks t)xford, Kan. Arts and Sciences Sigma t " hi: Sigma Delta Psi; C. M.C. Hiking Club: Cross- Countr -; Track: Baseball Squad: " C " llub. Joe R. Peatman I.os . ngeles, Calif. Business A liministration Sigma Chi. Ralph C.. Philip Fort I. Upton Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa .Alpha. Elizabeth .Ni ' tt Boulder Arts and Sciences .Mpha Zeta Pi: Congo Club: Hii; Sisters; Women ' s Club: N . W . C. A. .Ann O ' RoiRKE Boulder Arts and Sciences Jeanette Pakkeh Denver .1 rts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; .Mortar Fioard; Hes|)eria: Secretary-treas- urer Player Club; Secretary Women ' s League ' au le il!e: Stutlent Council: )|K ' retta Comedy Lead: Senior Play Comedj- Lead; Homecoming day I ' lay: .Maid of Honor in May Kete: Big Sisters. Gladys Parson Burlington Arts and Sciences Inivcrsity Women ' s Club; -Methodist Student Korum. Li ELLA Peterson Bouliler Arts and Sciences W. .A. .A.; Intramurals: Mav 1 ete. (iEOKCiE PhII.I ' OTT Greeley Engineering Phi Kappa Psi; Tau Beta Pi; President Sigma Tau; President Student branch .A. S. .M. E.; Heart and Dagger: Scimitar: Editor Colorado Engineer; .Art Editor; Sopho more Vice-president; Colora- doan. Patr 1 1 Eleanor Pingrey Durango Arts and Sciences Ali)ha Nu; Bii; Sisters. AlLENE PlIMB Tonkawa, Okla. Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega; Women ' s rUib; V. A. A.; Big Sisters: V. W. C. A. Ralph Prator Alamo Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sumalia; Heart and Dagger; " C ' Club; Operetta (3); Football (1, 4); Baseball (3). HtTDsoN Rathbirx Boulder Engineering Delta Tau Delta; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Gym- nastics (1, 2, 3, 4); Captain (1, 3); " C " Club; Operetta (2, 3, 4); Boosters ' aude- ville (2, 4). Leland Ray Boulder Arts and Sciences I ' niversity Band. Harriet Reed Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma; Prom Com- mittee; May Kete. Elmer Plein Sterling Pharmacy Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Delta Chi. President (4i; Pi Epsilon Pi; Washburn Pharmaceuti- cal Society. President (3); Track; " C " Club. Jane Pollard Boulder Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mor- tar Board; I lesperia; W. A. A. Board l3, 4); Girls ' Glee Cliibil,2i; Home Economics ( ' kib; Big Sisters; Cniversity Women ' s Club (2, 3. 4); Triad (3); Council (4); Wom- en ' s League N ' auileville. Josephine (June Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega. Margaret Rati.iff ' erual, Ctah Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; W. A. A.; Congo Club; Math Club; Univer- sity Women ' s Club. JiANiTA Redman Gardner Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; W. A. A.; Swimming (1, 2); Women ' s League X ' audeville. Barbara Reeve Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pagr f 4 Bk sik Reid Windsor Arts and Sciences Alice Reynolds Denver .1 ris a ml Sciences Delta Delta Delta : Sophomore Prom t ' ommittec (2i; Wom- en ' s I ' lub 2. i ; Panhellenic (2, 31. iRi.iNL Robertson Pueblo .-I rts a nd Sciences Alpha Chi Omega; CJIee Club. Dess. M. ry Roche Denver Arts and Sciences Rich.vrd Rv. n BriRhton Engineering Beta Gamma; Band (1, 2. 3. 4.) manager (4); A. I. E. E.; Operetta Orchestra (3). M. d. lynne St. I.ongmont Business Administration Chi Omega; Women ' s Club (3); Big Sisters (3|; Dance Drama ill; Silver and (iold (1. 2. 3. 4». F ' etek Rkilly ln(liann|X lis, Ind. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi; Pi Ejjsilon Pi, President; Boosters Club; Treasurer Senior I " lass; Bas- ket Ball (ll; Baseball i2i; Silver and (iold; S|)anish Club; President of IVcshniiin Class; A. S. C C; Congress (21. Ritteksp. ch Brighton Engineering Band; Glee Club; A. S. C. E. Selden RoniNsoN Eaton Engineering A. S. M. E.; Colorado En- gineer. Herbert Rissell Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Nu; Basket Ball (2. 3. 4). WiLi.LVM Said Pueblo Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma: Treasurer of Univer- sitv Hiking Club. Carolyn Sanders Trinidad Arts and Sciences Boosters Water Pageant (2) Mav Pete (3). Patt 6f Florence A. Schmidt Boulder Arts and Sciences Women ' s Club. Harold C. Schwalm Johnstown Engineering A. S. M. E.; " C " Club; Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4). Ellen Schatz Boulder Arts and Sciences Evelyn C Sheetz Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Players Club; Little Theater Plays (1); Boosters Club X ' aude- ville, Sophomore Cops; Uni- versity of Missouri (2, 3). Dick Slaughter, Jr. Dallas, Texas Arts and Sciences Chi Psi; Alpha Zeta Silver and Gold (1). Elaine Smith Boulder .Iris and Sciences Emma Schwabenland Berthoud Arts and Sciences Phi Beta K.ippa; Kappa Delta Pi; Women ' s Club; Y. W. C. A.; Historv ' Club; Congo Club. E. I.oltse Schlaepfek Leadville A rts and Sciences Iniversity Women ' s Club; University Hiking Club; Glee Club (3); Alpha Xu; W. A. A.: Big Sisters; Executive Committee of Presbyterian I ' nion; Deutscher ' erein. Helen Service Estes Park Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta; W. A. A. (1, 2i: A. S. U. C. Council; May Fete il, 3); Senate; Panhellenic; Operetta . (3). John H. Shiner Laredo, Texas Arts and Sciences Chi Psi; " C " Club. Joe M. Small Boulder Arts and Sciences KicNNETH F. Smith Boulder Business A dministration Kappn Sigma. Page 66 MiRKKi. I . Smith HouUlt-r Business A dminislralion Kavmoxd Smith Denver Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma; Tan Beta V . A. 1. Ch. E. Maky Stafford Boulder Delta Zeta; Chi Delta Phi. CYarexce Stewart Paonia Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Chi; Silver and Cold (1, 2. . 4); Editor-in- Chief (4); A. S. r. C. Council; Ahtletic Board; Boosters Club; Coloradoan (1); Scroll Key; N ' ellow Jackets; Secre- tary ' Sigma Delta Chi. Virginia Stone Pueblo Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; Oper- etta (2); Theta Sigma Phi. V. F. Stkoehle Blackhawk Engineering .Acacia; .- . S. M. E. MvKiTA Smith Boulder Arts and Sciences k M. C. C; University Women ' s Club (2, 3); Clee Club (1, 2. .?); CoBmo|X)lilan Club (.S, 41; Orchestra (.5); Methodist Student Council (1, 2); Home Economics Club (1. 2, i. 4); Women ' s League audeville (2 . l.Kwis Ci.AKK Springer Chicago. 111. Business Administration Beta Gamma; Beta .-Xlpha Psi. Edith Staxskiei.d 1 )enver Arts and Sciences .Mpha Chi Omega; Mortar Board (4); Hespcria (3); Co-ed Boosters (2); House nf Representatives (3, 4); ice-president . . V. S. (4); . V. S. Social Committee 2, 3); Freshman Week Com- mittee (3); Social Committee A. S. U. C.(4). Stella Stoi.te Cedarcdge Arts and Sciences .- kchie Storm Sheridan, Wyo. Pharmacy I ' hi Delta Chi; Washburn Pharmaceutical Society. I ' AiL Strong Denver School of Law ' hi Psi; Yellow Jackets (2); I hairman Student Tradi- tions Committee i3); Chair- man S }phomore Prom (2); Pocky Mountain Law Re- view i4i. Page 67 JOSEPHINE SllAKT Golden Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; Spur; Women ' s Club: V. W. C. A.; Big Sis- ters; Women ' s League Vaude- ville. BONMBEL L. SUTHERLAKD " ancouver, B. C. Canada Arts atid Sciences A. S. r. C. Secretary; A. W. S. Senate; Chairman. Wom- en ' s League; Sophomore Po- lice; Big Sisters; Dodo; Play- ers Club; Little Theater; " Caste " ; Boosters Operetta (1, 2, 3); Women ' s League Vaudeville (1, 2, 3); May Fete (1, 3); Dance Drama (2l; Prologue; Boosters aude- ville (1). Alice M. " . Sw. nsox Loveland Arts and Sciences Lutheran Associated Stu- dents. AL S. Sweetser Ar ada Arts and Sciences C. KL T.AYLOR Boulder Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Xu; Sigma Tau. B. RB. RA Th.. yer Salt Lake, L ' tah Arts and Sciences Delta C.amma; Big Sisters (3). En A SlMNICHT Fruita Arts and Sciences Women ' s Club; Historv Club. L RIE SUTTLE Denver Arts and Sciences . lpha Phi. Herman .A. Swedhnu Boulder Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon; Plavers Club; Adelphi; " t " Club; Wrestling (1, 3, 4): Colora- (loan (3, 4); Coloradoan Kev i3i. .AL RGARET N. TaSHEK Denver Business A dministration Pi Beta Phi; W. A. A. (2. 3. 4); Coloradoan (I. 2); Little Theater (2, 3) Wom- en ' s League audeville ( , 2. 3, 4); Boosters Club ' au ie- ville (3); A. W. S., Social Committee (2, 3, 4); ()[]er- etta (3); Players Club (2i; Popularity Contest: Big Sisters: May Kete (i); May Pete Committee (3). l.ATHROr M. Tavi.or. Jk. Fort Collins Business A dministration Hi ' ta Theta Pi. Lois Tegtmeyer Denver Arts and Sciences Tri Delta; Big Sisters (2, 3 : N ' . W. C. A. iL 2); M.ith (lull 2 : . A. A. I Page 6S aaam Roland K. Times Denver Arts and Sciences Si iiia Chi; Adclphi; Scimitar. Ikexe Tobias llion. N. Y. Arts and Sciences (hi Delta Phi; Window Staff; Hiking C " lut ; (osmopoHtan Club. TOSHIO TsfNEKAWA (Irceley Engineering A. I. E. E.: Cniversity Hik- ing Club; Cosmopolitan Club. Paul Turnure Boulder Engineering Colorado Engineer; Business Manager (4i. ' William Tvrkell Belniond. la. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi; Varsity Golf; " C " Club. Dorothy iel New London. Wis. Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. S. Throckmorton Brighton College of Pharmacy Washburn Pharmaceutical " ■ociety; Secretary W. P. . . {i); Spur; Big Sisters (3); House of Representatives. KsTELLE TrUJILLO Boulder Arts and Sciences .Alpha Zeta Pi; Cosmopolitan Club; French Club; Sjjanish C lub; German Club. 1 ' aiky Tln.neso.n Kline Arls and Sciences Cniversity Women ' s Club; Congo Club. . yshi-ord Tyler Delta Journalism Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Silver and Gold il, 2, 3, 4); Yellow Jackets. .Xktihk Denver Engineering A. 1. E. E.; Tau Beta Pi; Kta Kappa Nu. ll.l.I.WI ' o(.T .Mamosa Engineering Pi Kappa .Alpha. Pas€69 Chester 11. X ' oikmann St. Louis, Mo. Engineering Pi Kappa . ipha; Sigma Tau Sigma Epsilon; .A. E. C. E. Interfraternitv Council Football (3. 4); " C " Club Operetta Committee (3. 4i Carolyn W. gne8 Fort Morgan Arls and Sciences M.- RC.. RET E. WaLROD Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega; .Alpha Zeta Pi; Big Sisters (2, 3); Sophomore Boosters (2); Coloradoan (1, 2); Women ' s Club (2). ' ioi,ETTE Ward Uenver A rts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi; Y. W. C. . . Women ' s (Jul): llis- tor - Club. Mary Louise Welman Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Ilesperia; Co-ed Boosters; President A. W ' . S. ; Secretary . S. U. C; President Uni- versitv Women ' s Club; W. .A. A.; Hockey; Basket Ball; Base ball; Mav Pete, Maid of Honor; V. W. C. A. Oiu,A-M)o .A. Welch Crested Butte Engineering John .a. ' os Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi; Pi Epsilon Pi; (ilea Club (L2); Silver and Gold .Advertising Manager (1, 2); Coloradoan (1). George F. Wallis La Junta Engineering A. I. E. E.; R. M. C. C. I Douglas Wanner Boulder Business A dniinislration George I. Warren Fort Morgan Engineering Delta Sigma Phi; Eta Kap- pa Nu; " C " Club; A. I. E. E.; Track; Cross-countrv-; Treas- urer of Combined Engineers. Rhea Dawn Wells Durango Arts and Sciences .Mjiha Chi Omega. Donovan K. Wiedey Okarche, Okla. Business Administration I Pagt 70 1.. C. liATHEKS Boulder Engineering l ' !t.i Kappii Nu. Betty Westiiavkr Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta: Alpha Zeta Pi; (hi Delta I ' hi; I ' anhellenic; ( " o-eil BcK)Sters: thoral I ' nion; I.etirile I ' raiicais; El C ' irciilo Ks|Kinol; May Fete; Big Sisters; A. S. V. C " . Traditions Committee; Ju- nior Pron Committee. Geor ;e I.. White Boulder Engineering American Society of Civil Kngineers. Zene B. Willixgham Salida .1 rls n nd Sciences Beit.ah Wittemeyer Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi: House of Representatives; C " o-etl Boosters; W. A. A. Freshman Representative Board; Treas- urer; Vice-president W. A. A.; " C " Sweater: Home Econom- ics Club Treasurer; Co-ed Marshall: Bij; Sisters; Senate; Secretar - Senior Class. MlRIEI. Cl.ARK Pueblo Arts and Sciences I ' i Beta Phi. Alui KN West Pueblo Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi F2psilon Pi; Boosters Club; Silver and Cold: Dodo. . ssistant Editor, Business .Manager. KiciiARi) Whinner aii Ouray Engineering Kappa Sigma; Sigma Ep- silon ; Tau Beta Pi ; A. S. C. E. Edward uitehead Manitou Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Rho; .Xdelphi; arsity Debating; Winner Klingler: Rocky Mountain )ratoriral. ( " .RACE WlXSOR Saratoga. Wyo. . [rts and Sciences (hi Delta Phi; Women ' s Club; W. A. . . John Wolf C.rand Junction Arts and Sciences Klsie Clynxke Boulder Arts and Sciences Pa(t 71 I SZR, C ' i Raymond E. Bangeman Boulder Arls and Sciences Clarence P. Custer Denver School of Medicine Pi Kappa Alpha; Tennis (1, 2,3). Kathrvn Fuller Fort Collins A r .v and Sciences Alpha Phi. Mable Goodman Denver Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; Hesperia; Big -Sisters (2, 3): Panhellenic (2i House of Representatives (3). Mrs. a. R. Mason Boulder College of Music Asaph; Choral Union (1, 2, 3 4); University Women ' s CluW (2, 4). NuKMAN A. I ' aRKER Salida Engineering C. B. Brumer Denver Business Adminislration Camille French Boulder Arts and Sciences .Alpha Omicron Pi; May Fete (1, 2l; Big Sisters Dance Diane; Panhellenic (2, 3); Senior Play; V. V. C. A.; 1 lockey ( 1 1 ; Circulo Espanol ; Women ' s League audeville. iRi}iNL Gail Funk Denver .4r s and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; Dodo; Women ' s Club; V. W. C. A. Clare Higel .■Mamosa Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; House of Repre- sentatives; W. A. A.; V. . C. A.; El Circulo Espanol; Le Cercle Francais. l.LOVD . K)RK1S Boulder Business Administration Lambda Chi. Anita . L SMuru Boulder Arts and Sciences K. W. C. C; Universitv Women ' s Club (2. 31; (ilee Club (L 2, 3); Cosmopolitan Club (3. 41; Methodist Stu- dent Council a, 2); W. A. A. (3, 4i; Women ' s League audeville (2); Home Eco- nomics Club (L 2,3,4); Pres- i(lc-nt (4). f « Page 72 I Mai kUK V. Tekkill Utnver Engineering Mfta Tlietii Pi; Sigma Tau: Sik;ina lipsilon; A. S. C. E.; ' arsity IJoxing (2, 3); Cap- tain of Boxing (3). Milton Wilbur Boulder Arts and Sciences Victor Vocel Denver Medical School li Pac 7) TT3 MJ I Page 7-1 I JUNIORS Pate 7j Clyde Achenhach Craig Pharmacy Washburn Pharmaceutical Society (1); Band: Glee Club (1). Frank Allen Boulder Engineering A.S. M. E.; Colorado Moun- tain Club. Henry Anderson Georgetown Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi; Scimitar; Boosters Club Operetta; Interfraternity Council. L. E. Armstrong Rawlins, Wyo. Engineering Phi Delta Theta; Boosters Club (2, 3); Senior Wrestling Manager. To.M . URELIUS Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta. Etha Baldwin Denver .•1 rts and Sciences Delta .eta; Spur. Arthur Allen Denver Arts and Sciences . lpha Sigma Phi; Scimitar; Silver and Gold ( 1 . 3) ; Colora- doan (3). Gr. ce .Allen Boulder Arts and Sciences Spur; House of Representa- tives; I ' . C. II. C; Big Sisters: .May Fete; W. .A. A.; Wom- en ' s Club (Triad) (2). m. E. .Anderson Pueblo A rts a nd Sciences Helen .Arthlr Boulder Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; Hesperia; Spur; I ' niversity Women ' s Club Council; House of Repre- sentatives; Senate: May Fete (2); Big Sisters. J. 1 Baehk Houston, Texas Engineering A. S. C. E. Helen Barrett Sioux City, Iowa Arts and Sciences . ll)li,i Dclt.i I ' i. Pagf 76 i ■te Perky Bakti.ett Douldcr Business School Dilta T.ui Delta ; Delta Sin- ma I ' i; liitcr-frateriiity Coun- cil. Senior Kepresent.itivc and Vice-president ; Trcsiilenl Junior (. " lass; Hoosters Clul). Ci.ARA Bkkler Huso Arts and Sciences Clarence Beitman Boulder Enfiineering Beta Gamma; Eta Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E. Donald Benge Sterling Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E. Mary Bennett Lake Charles, La. Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. Helen Birchell • " •ering. Nebr. Piisiness A dministration Krill UvKliloLOMEW Boulder .Ir. ' s and Sciences Charles Beise Boulder Arts and Sciences Sijjnia .-Mpha Epsilon; Delta Sipnia I ' i; .Vdelphi; Debating; Manager. Edna Bell Kock Springs, Wyo. Pharmacy lota Sigma Pi: Washburn Pharmaceutical Society. .Marjorie Benight Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; W. A. A. Operetta. 1-. M. Benson Boulder Arts and Sciences Beta Ciamma; Sigma Delta I ' hi; Silver and (iold (ll; Window (.,?). . nna . Iakie Bittner Boulder School of Music Asaph (L 2, 3): Glee Club (3): Choral Cnion (I. 2,3). Pagt 77 Virginia Bixlek Erie Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; Hesperia; Spur; Women ' s Club: Big Sisters; Women ' s League " audeville. Dorothy Flood Denver A rts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; W. A. A.; Women ' s Club; May Fete. O. W. BODENHEIMER Denver Engineering A. S. M. E. OVEL BOWXER Sterling A rts and Sciences Track; History Club. Lenore Br. ndh. gen Boulder A rts a nd Sciences Chi Omega; Spur; Home Economics Club. Phil E. Bri ner Burlington Business Administration Sigma Chi; Scimitar; Foot- ball. E. H. Bl. ck vood Alexandria, Louisiana A rts and Sciences Sigma Chi. James Blue Denver Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Pi Ep- silon Pi; Boosters Club; " C " Club; InterfraternitN- Coun- cil: .Student Council; Stu- dent Marshal; Freshman President ; Cheer Leader. Margaret Bogert Akron, Ohio Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; Panhellenic; Do- do; Coloradoan. .Arthir Bradfieli) Long Beach, California Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Tau; A. S. C. E.; Players Club; Fresh Football. I.OKEN BrEMMER Claremont, California, Engineering Delta Sigma Phi. Ili-.NKV Bill Boulder Business Administration .Mpha Sigma Phi; Varsity Tennis; Intramural Tennis. I Page 7S Bkyan IUrke Wiley Ell.ENE BlsH Denver F.ngiiifering A. S. .M. E.; Congo Club. Ari ' hik Camp Boulder Engineering Band; Boosters ' Operetta. RissELL Campbell Florence Business Administration I ' hi Kapixi Psi: Delta Sigma F ' i; ' ice-presi(lent Sophomore Class; Football: Basket Ball. Esther Chla.nda Longmont Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta; Spur; House of Representatives; Big Sisters. Martha Clifford Denver .1 rts and Sciences Alpha Phi; W. A. A.; Girls ' ( " .lee Club: May Fete; Big Sisters. Marie Bisev Urbana, 111. School of Music Delta Zelta; Spanish Club; Hiking Club: Glee Club; Cjioral I ' nion; Dodo. Patie.nce Cairns Grand Lake Arts and Sciences Delta Zelta: V. A. A.; Big Sisters: May Fete; Women ' s Club; Triad; French Club. .■ li)kkt Campbell Pueblo Business Administration l.aniliila Chi .Mpha; Boosters ' Club Operetta. Ji;ssiE Carmichael Oak Creek . 1 rts and Sciences Delta Zelta; Silver and (iold; Rig Sisters; Representatives; Mav Fete; V. A. A. n.iiA Cl. yton Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. Marcia Clope Boulder Arts and Sciences Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; May Fete. Pagt 79 ..JF C f Sigma Theta cil. Arthur Cline Leadville Engineering Phi Epsilon Sigma Inter-fraternity Coun- Helen Conway Den er Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. Charles Corlett Monte ' ista Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega; Pi Ep- silon Pi. James Crawford Steamboat Springs. Arts and Sciences University Hiking Club. Kenneth Curlee Sterling Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi; Inter-fraternity Council; Basket Ball; Foot- ball. Mary Virginia Daniel Hugo Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; Big Sisters; VV. A. A.; Panhellcnic; Ma Fete. R. lph Cofeey Boulder Engineering ' hi Delta Theta. C. F. Cook Loveland Engineering Lambda Chi .Mpha; fraternity Council. Inter WiLLARu Cowley Cleveland, Ohio Engineering Kappa Sigma; - . S. C. Glee Club. Howard Cumminc.s Boulder Engineering A. 1. E. E.; Glee Club; Colorado Engineer Business Staflf. Kenneth Cister Keenesburg Engineering Kappa Sigma; A. I. C. E. Dorothy Davidson Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Page SO mM . R. U.wis SteaiiilKxit Springs Arts and Sciences Sij;ma Nil; Boosters Clul ; Pi Kpsilon I ' i; Operetta (1, 2); Vaudeville l2); Seiiiir Class Play (2). RiTii Derryberkv Grand Junction Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Eileen Dillion Paonia Physical Education Zeta Tau Alpha; V. A. A. U, 2, 3); University Women ' s Club. E. Leola Do ran Parker, Ariz. Pharmacy Washburn Pharmaceutical Society; Spatula Club (2, 3). KlNICE DlNCAN Wellesley, Mass. Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Alpha Nu (3); W. A. A. (3); Choral Union (1). Ernestine Dunning Denver Arts and .Sciences Chi Omega; Choral Union; Hockey (I. 2); Baseball il. 2); Volley Ball. ( ' ■EoRi E Dean McPherson, Kans. Pre-medicat DiiRiniiv DeX ' ries Boulder Arts and Sciences .Spur. .Margery Dingman Mesa Arts and Sciences University Women ' s Club. James P. Dresen Denver Engineering KmII.V JANK Dl NNING Denver .Irts and Sciences Chi Omega; University Wom- en ' s Club; W. A. A.; Choral Union; Ilocke ' ; X ' olley Ball; Indoor Baseball; Basket Ball. Ethel Gr.vce Edson Boone Arts and Sciences .Alpha Nu. Pag, SI D. H. Edwards Boulder Engineering A. I. E. E. LiLLIE EtCHISON Orchard Arts and Sciences Ruth L. Eversole Longmont A ris and Sciences Chi Delta Phi. James Ewing Greeley Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi; Glee Club; Operetta; Le Cercle Fran- ca ise. Nancy Finch Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; Wom- en ' s Club; Spur; Hesperia; Big Sisters (2, 3); Players Club; Le Cercle Francaise. ELizAnKiH l.E Neve Fosti;r Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; Choral Union (1); Big Sisters (2); Home Economics Club. Jack Edwards Oklahoma City, Okla. Business A dtninistration Sigma . Ipha Epsilon. rm}MAs Everett Lamar Business Adminislration Delta Tau Delta; Coloradoan. Adelphi; Lucy Ewing Greeley Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dorothy S. Far.mer Canon City Arts and Sciences Theta Sigma Phi; University Women ' s Club. President (X); Senate; House of Representa- tives; Co-ed Boosters; SiKer and Gold; Coloradoan. . lberta E. Fish Denver Arts and Sciences Dodo (1); Silver and Gold (1); Coloradoan (1); .May Fete (3). Sarah Frances Folsom Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma; Hesperia; Women ' s Club Council (2, 3i; W. A. A. (1. 2, 3l; Big Sisters (2, 3); Silver and Gold (I, 2, 3); Hockey (1, 2, 3). I Page S2 Alvin E. Franks Silver City, N. M. Engineering I ' hi Delta Theta; SiKma Tau; Scimitar; A. I. K. K.: I ' resli- nian Kootl)aII; Sophoini re Cop. A. J. I- ' reeman Mancos Engineering U. C. II. C. Elizabeth G. Friend Oakland. Cal. Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; U . A. A.; Big Sisters; May Fete. H. I.. Clandox Boulder Arts and Sciences Gym Team. Raymond L. Gordon Boulder Engineering A. I.E. E. Sarah Green. cre Fort Collins Arts and Sciences Spanish Club; Women ' s Clul) Helen Freel Arts and Sciences Dflta Zeta; Women ' s Club; llisiorv Club; M.i Fete. F. J. llowaril Engineering Manager Student Window Cleaners. . 1aKG. RET ( " iIVENS Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappii Gamma. BlRTON L. GOLFORB Denver .1 ris and Sciences French Club (1, 2, ): Der Deutsche X ' erciii (. i; Hand (1, 2, 3); Symphony Orchestra; Intramural Kittyball (2). Raymond York Grace Wei rose, Mass. Engineering De .M()la -; Wrcstlin;;; Box- ing; Track. Esther Grifkith Estcs Park Arts and Sciences Women ' s Clul). Patt SJ JrAMTA C.RdMKK I 1 UgO Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; Hesperia; W. A. A. Board (3) Rig Sisters (2). Pail C. Hanncn Denver Engineering, Chi Psi. Charles C. Hay W ' ray Engineering A. S. C. E. f2, 3); Secretary (1): A. I. E. E. (2. 3); Secre- tary (1); C.lee Club; Colo. Engineers ' Magazine; Sopho- more Cops. Margaret Haynes May bell Arls and ydences Alpha Omicron Pi. Helen E. Hick Delta ,lf .s- and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; El Circuit Espanol; Players Clul Women ' s Club ' ande ille. R. Morris Hoisincton (iraiul Junction Business A dminislration Delta Tau Delta; Coloradoan (3); Operetta (3); Band (2, 3). Frances Gim H ugo Arls and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; Home Eco- nomics Club. J. I ' ri. 1 1 arrison Denver Engineering lambda Chi Alpha; A. I. E. E. JciIlN II. H. YES Denver Engineering Chi Psi; Scimitar; Tau Beta Pi: Alpha Chi Sigma; Mana- ger Basket Ball Etiuipment; Manager A. S. U. C: As- sistant Manager Little Thea- ter; Silver and Gold. I.eRdy T. Hi-.rron Trinidad Business Administration Sitjnia Phi Kpsilon; Boosters Cluli. Dorothy Hills Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences I )uka ( ' lamma. lUl.IMA HOLDERNESS Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma; Hesperia; W. A. A. Board; Spur; Secretary .f Sophomore Class; House (it Representatives. ( Pa e S4 Will l M N ' . Hull, AM " Denver Arts and Set f nets 1 iiKi ' lllV lIlH MAN IJenver Arts and Sciet cei Alpha Chi OmeRa; Urn e Kconomics Cliil : t-lee Chil : Math. Club; House of Repic- •siTit.itives (3). Kent Max Hittdn Florence Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; A. S. C. K.; Glee Club (1, 2. 3 ' ; Operetta ll). Loris Isaacson Denver Arts and Sciences Booster ' s Club (2, 31; Adelpl i (1. 2, 3 ; arsity Debating (1, 2. 3l. John V. Jay Siilida Engineering Delta Sigma Phi; A. S. C. K.; Boxing (1, 2); Presbyterian I ' nion; Dodo (3). R. I.. Johnson Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. J. ( ' .. lIutSTON Denver Arts and Sciences ii;iii.i Chi. D. LLOVD 111 l.UES Los Angeles. Calfl. Business Administration .Siyma Chi. Em.mett Heitler Denver Engineering A. S. C. E.: Colorado ICn- ' , ineer. Pailine L. J. ckson Ness City, Kansas Pharmacy Iota Sigma Pi; Washburn Pharmaceutical Society. Nan Johnson Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma: Sophomore Women ' s Boosters Club Operetta (1, 3); Boosters ' ( " hib X ' audeville (2); Wom- I ' n ' s League ' audeville (1); Homecoming Pageant (2). Charles Jones, Jr. Boone R usiness A dm in istralion .Mphn Sigma Phi; Delta Sig- ma Pi; Band (L 2); Boosters Club (2); Interfraternity Council (1. 2); Colorado En- gineer ' 25. Page SS Dorothy K. Jones Fort Collins Arls and Sciences W. A. A.; Choral Union: University Women ' s Cluli: French Club. LvuiA Jdkuan Denver Arls and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Mary L. Kelser West erville, Ohio Arls and Sciences Delta Zeta; University Wom- en ' s Club; Home Economics Club. Mary Kimmett Arvada Pharmacy Alpha Delta Pi. Lester R. Kikhv Denver Arls and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi; Interfrater- nity Council (2); Chairman Interfraternity Dance Com- mittee (2); Band (1, 2). Albert L. I.anham Denver Engineering A. I. E. E. J. M. Jones Hayden Business Administration Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi. Winifred Karr Ireton, Iowa Arls and Sciences Women ' s Club. Francis Kibler Colorado Springs A ris and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi; Women ' s X ' audeville. Carita Kincsmiry Grand Island, Nebraska Arts and Sciences Joe B. Koehler Denver Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma. .Mari.ari;! Hazel Lee Den -er Arts and Sciences . lpha Omicron Pi; Spur; University Women ' s Club; Triad (1, 2); Big Sisters (2). J f Pasr S6 MaRC.AKET l.ETFORD Johnston Arts and Siienres Delta Delta Delta; Ilesjwria; V. V. C. A.: Big Sisters Spur; I ' niversity Women Cliil). Markikt I.achkr Montrose Arts and Sciences Chi Omegii; Spur; Coloratioan (2); Home Kconomics Club (2). Everett N. Lice drover Pharmacy Delta Sigma Phi; Chi Delt,. Chi; Washburn I ' harniaceuti cal Society; Track; ' iti ' president Phi Delta Chi. . licia MacCarthv Denver Arts and .Sciences Alpha Phi; Alpha Zeta I ' i: Sophomore Prom Committee; Women ' s League X ' audeville. Robert L. McClintock Canon City .1 rts and Sciences Sigma Phi Kpsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; I.e Cerclc Fran- cais (1. 2); Silver and ( " lold (1. 2); Dodo (3); Little Theatre (2). James L. McDowell, Jr. Greeley Pharmacy Phi Kappa Psi; Coloradoan; Phi Delta Chi; Washburn Pharmaceutical .Society: Lit- tle Theatre Plays (1, 2); Band (1, 2, .h. Carl Linn Morrill, Nebraska Pharmacy I ' hi Delta Chi; Washburn I ' harmaceutical Society. Albert B. Logan Denver Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Delta Chi; Scimitar; News l ditor Silver and Cold; ' ar- -ity Debate .S(|uad; .Suiualia. Berniese Luce t; rover Pharmacy Delta Zeta; W. P. S. (1, .?); Spatula Club (2, 3). David ilson McCaktv, Jr. Berthoud Arts and Sciences Mph.i Nil; Mill ' s ( " ilee Club; W IiuIdw. Hill, IE . DAMS McC ' dRMAfK Denver Business .1 dministralion Spur ; Women ' s League ' aude- ille (2); May Fete (2); Big Sisters (2, 3); University Women ' s Club; W. . . .■ . C. X ' incent McFauuen Aurora Arts and Sciences Silver and Gold (1, 2, 3); Coloradoan (3); Spanish Club. PatiS7 Warrkn D. McKei.vey Boulder Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Eta Kappa Nu; Football. Elizabeth McRedmond Boulder Arts and Sciences Women ' s Club. IIarkv Malli.nsox Raton. New Me. ico Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha; Pi Epsilon Pi; Boosters Club; Junior Prom Committee; Booster ' s Club Operetta Committee. Arthur E. March Fort Collins Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scimi- tars; P ' ootball. DoROTH .Maxsox l.ongmont jlrts and Sciences Chi Omega; Choral Union; Debate; Iay Fete; Booster ' s Club ' audc illc. N ' loi.A Pii ' KR Mercer Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Silver and ( " .old (3J; Dodo (.S); Women ' s Club 12. ,?); History Club; French Chib. Mary F. Mac Nkii.i. Den er A rts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Ivan Mahan.n.a. Colby, Kansas Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phi; Freshmen Football; Band ill; Inter- Iraternitv Council; Operetta il). Helen .Mary Manley Sioux City, Iowa Arts and Scietices Alpha Delta Pi. A. Chick Mai ' Honolulu, Hawaii Arts and Sciences .Adelphi; " C " Club; Booster ' s audeville (1, 2); Debating (2); Swimming (1, 2); Glee Club in. JOSETHINE MeIMNC.ER Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Dodo; ' . W. C. A.; Coloradoan; Silver and Gold. 1 lAKOLi) C. .Mickey Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon. Paxe SS Otl A MoKl.l.MKK Denver I ' hitrmiuv Phi Delta Chi: Uashbiirn Pharmaceutical Society. JVNIK ( . MOOKK Houlilcr Enginefring W. A. A. (1, 2. 3): Cosmo- |X)litan (2, 3); Big Sisters (i). ( ' ■WENNELL MdRGAS Boulder Arts and Sciences Chi Delta I hi: Sophomore Cop; Women ' s League Com- mittee. D.VNNETTE MllRROW Littleton Pi Beta Phi: Chi Delta Phi: Theta Sigma Phi; Silver and ( " .old (2, 3); Coloradoan (3); Dodo (3). Ki.iz.MiETH Nelson Salt Lake City, Utah Arts and .Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; Hes- peria; W. A. A. Board: Por- (xiise Clul): N ' ice-president Home Economics Club. Ri m Nichols Moscow, Kansas Arts and Sciences V. A. A.; Co-ed Cops; Mouse of Representatives (3h Bii; .Sisters (3); Home Eco- nomics Club. I " k|;1 MllMTfill.MKKV H..ul(ler Engineering Acacia. Mii.ijRED Elizabeth Moore Hillings, Montana liiisincss A dministration Betty Morrison Denver xlrts and Sciences Delta Gamma; Women ' s League Vaudeville (2); May Eete (2). Earl Moslev Colorado Springs Engineering Siijma Nu; Interfraternity Council. Glen A. Newell Rockdale Engineering . S. M. E. John II. Ni nes Boulder Arts and Sciences .Sigma Delta Chi; Spanish Club: Dodo: Silver and Gold; Cubs Club; French Club. PafeS9 Jean Osborne Rawlins, Wyo. Arls and Scietices Kappa Kappa Gamma: Chi DeltaJ Phi; Quill Club; Window. Glen T. Owen Denver Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scimi- tar (1, 2); Boosters Club (3); A. S. M. E.; Boosters Operetta (2); Track (2). E. H. Pembertox Fowler Engineering Delta Tau Delta; Sigma Tau; A. I. E. E.; Colorado En- gineer. Joseph H. Pow ' ers Denver Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; -Assistant Manager Colorado Engineer. E. E. PUTNA.M Denver Arls and Sciences iNiTA C. Randall Boulder A rls and Sciences Big Sisters (2); Le Cercle Francais (1); University Women ' s Club (1); May Fete. L. B. Overfelt Boulder Arls and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha; Silver and Gold (1,2,3). J. .Albert P.-u-mer Longmont Arls and Sciences C " Club; Track (2). Marshall Pitney Cheraw Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; A. S. C. E.; Glee Club (2); Wres- tling; Band (2). Kloise Pollard Longmont Arls and Sciences Delta Delta Delta; Big Sis- ters; W. A. A.; A V. S. Representatives; Triad; Home Economics Club; Junior Prom Committee; Y. V. C. .A. Wlmfred Irma R. lph La Junta Arls and Sciences . lpha Omicron Pi; Women ' s Club U); Big Sisters (2, 3); Histor ' Club (2, 3); Intra- murals (2, 3); Y. W. C. A. Thomas J. Rasmussen New Raynier Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. L C. E.; Colorado Engineer. I Page 90 Al A E. R.MllVON Tulsa. Oklahoma Arts and Siiemes Women ' s Club; Histor ' CUil Mav Fete. CiEORC.E Reilly Indianapolis. n . Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi; Pi Epsilon Pi; Scimitar. EvELYX c;. Reiter Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. Irene Ricci Georgetown Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Spur; I ' niversity Women ' s Club (1. 2); Spanish Club; French Club; Women ' s League ' aude " ille (2). Mertox Ridce Colorado Springs Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S. C. K. P. rL RlTTERSP.XCH Brighton Engineering Glee Club (1. 2, 3): A. S. C. E. Kl TH Reckard Boulder Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. (3); French Club (2); May Fete (2): .Metho- dist Student Council (.3). .Margaret Reimers Grand Island, Nebraska Arts and Sciences Delta ( amma; Little Thea- tre (2); Operetta Chorus (1, 2); Operetta Cast (3); Women ' s League audeville; Big Sisters. KvTH Remke Huntley, Nebraska Arts and Sciences .■ lpha Nu; L ' niversity Wom- en ' s Club. Carson Riddle Denver Engineering Sigma Chi; Alpha Nu. RlTIl RlTTER Austin Arts and Sciences F. W. RlT MAX Canon City Engineering A. S. M. E. Poft 91 John H. Robinson Denver Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Delta Psi; Football (2, 3, 4 ; Track (3). Royal Ri bkioht Boulder Arls and .b ' ciences Pi Kappa Alpha: Adelphi Gym Team; " C " Club: In terfraternity Council. J. F. Ryan Boulder Arls and ' ciences Pi Kappa Alpha. J. Earl Schlvpp Longmont Arls and Sciences Phi Kappa Tau: Sigma Delta Psi; Pi Epsilon Pi; Freshmen Football Eunice Searle Boulder Arts and Scietices Big Sisters; Women ' s Club; V. W. C. A.; May Fete. F. Iv RL Sechler Denver Engineering l.andxla Chi Alpha; Eta Kappa Nu; Wrestling Squad; Baseball S(]uad. R. N. Rotz Boulder Engineering A. S. C. E. Walter E. Rile Sugarite, New Mexico Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Chi Sigma. Anita SrniFFERER Cortez .1 ris and Sciences .Alpha Nu; Women ' s Club (1. 2, 3); May Fete: Home Economics Club: Choral Union (1, 2). Walter Sch vabenland Berthoud Arls and Sciences Kappa Sigma: Glee Club, President (3t; Adelphi; Silver and Gold (3). C. R. Sebastian Raton, New Mexico Business A dminislralicn I ' i Kappa Alpha; Varsity Band (1, 2, 3); Intramural Boxing. Sherman J. SEnc. vICK Denver Arls and Sciences .Alpha Sigma Phi; Inter- fraternity Council, (1, 2, 3). Pafc 91 HUk Hettv Sklfridcf. Oeiiser Arts and ScifiUfs Delta ( " lamiiia: Operetta ll, 2): Women ' s I-imkhc N ' aiide- ville (1. 2i: May Fete: J ccrc- tan, ' o( Junior Class; Popu- larity Contest. Jamk-. K. Shannon Denver Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. IIakriist F.i.AN Sheehan Boulder .1 ris and Sciences I ' niversity Women ' s Club; Choral I ' nion. Parkek D. Sheppard Fort Lupton Engineering Delta Sigma Phi; Dodo; X ' arsity Wrestling; X ' arsity Tennis. Kenneth E. Shield.- Boulder Engineering A. S. C. K. Harrv K. Siubaht Denver ,1 rIs a nd Sciences Sigma Delta Chi; Silver and Cold ill-. Baselrall (2); Adcl- phi l2 : Debate (II; " C " Club; ( " .lee Club (31; Players Clubi. ' i; Intramural Boxing; Booster ' s Operetta; Boosters Club; Treasurer of Combined Independents; Junior Prom Committee. ( )nsi. ) v .Shai.i.eniiercer Boulder Enginferiiix l.;imbda Chi Alpha; . . 1. i:. E. I.DRETTA SlIARRAR Boulder Arts and .Sciences 1 niversity Women ' s Club; Triad. Chaki.e-. D. Sheets Boulder Business A dministration Sigma Chi; Silver and Gold. Keith Shields Boulder Engineering . . S. C. E. ( ' .ERTRiDE J. Shoemaker Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta: Uniyer- -iiy Women ' s Club Triad; I .lee Chili; Committee on Point System Gr. yce M. Smith Englewood Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; Players Club; House of Representa- tives i2i; Women ' s League Vaudeville (li; Debate (2); Sophomore Prom Committee 2): Big Sisters (2, 3); Dodo I. 3i. Pate 9} RissEL D. Smith Trenton, Mo. Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. Ch. Jean Spangelberger Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi; Theta Phi; Wom- en ' s Club; French Club; Sil- ver and Cold; Women ' s League Vaudeville, May Fete. 1928. Robert W. Spencer Fort Morgan Arts and Sciences Phi Ciamma Delta; Sigma Delta Chi; Sumalia: Fresh- man Football; ' arsitv Foot- ball (1, 2). Davis D. Stapp Las Vegas, New Mexico Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta. Merle C. Steele Ford, Kansas Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha. George Stemmler Denver Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; A. L E. E. Betty Lv Snair Louisville Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pi; Home Eco- nomics Club; Bi? Sisters; Spur. Caswell Spavlding Greeley Arts and Sciences L RJORIE Stafford Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta. Louis Stark Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta. Peter F. Steinart F ' ort Collins Engineering Bessie Stephen Coushatta, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa -Mpha Theta; . saph. I Page 94 Geo. B. Stewakt Denver Engineering A. 1. E. E. JixE Strong Denver Arts and .Sciences Delta Gamma. Jim Sti ' bbs Boulder Engineering C. THERIXE SULLIVAS Rochelle. 111. Arts and Sciences F ' i Beta Phi. V. LTER C. TEGTMEVER Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. Zelm.v Tesch Loveland Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega. K. O. .SiowEl.l. Houston, Tex. Engineering DcltaTauDelta;A. I.Ch.E., (Vice-president). Ri ' Tii Stewart Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Oniicron Pi; V. A. A. 11. i); History Club (2, 3); Spur. Darkf.i.i. Swavze Houkler Arts and Sciences Delta .Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Silver and Cold i2. 3); Coloradoan, Athletic Editor (3). Clara Bei.i.u Tavis Boulder Arts and Sciences . A. A.; Women ' s Club; V. C. H. C; Alpha Nu; Home Economics Club. Dorothy Tennis Boulder Music Mph.i I iiion Chi Omega; Choral Girls ' (;iee Club; M.iv Fete. John Todd Sterling Arts and Sciences Paft 95 Helen Tracy Fort Morgan Arts and . ' ' ' riences V. V. C. A.; C.lee Club Classical Chil). Robert Troit Boulder Engineering Max V. X ' awter Fowler Arts and . ' deuces Dodo Art Board; Dodo Art Editor (3, 4). Artkir ' i s, JR- Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi; Alpha Nu; Society of Chemical Engineers tl ' : President. Alpha Xu. Marion F . Walker Denver Arts and ydcnces Alpha Phi; I ' anhellenic. ' ern )N Walters AUron Engineering A. I. E. E. RaCI KLE TROIT Boulder Phivmacy Washburn Pharmaceutical Societv (E 2, 3i; Big Sisters (2, 3); ' Spur (2); Spatula (3). HEsrER Ticker Eamar Arts and Sciences Alpha Oniicron Pi; Women ' s Club 1); Chora! Enion (2); Spur (2); Intramurals (2, 3); V. W. C. A. (3). Horace an alkeniu roh Boulder Engineering Sij ma Nu; Scimitar (Presi- dent ; Sigma Tau; A. S. M. E. Freshmen Football; Wres- tling. RicMARiiJ. Wagner Fort Morgan A rts and Sciences Congo Club. Fuiui E. Walter Den or Engineering I ' hi Kai)pa Tau; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. E C. E. Ha el T. W. lton Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Zcta; Dramatic Scpiad (2, 3); Silver and C.old (2, 3i ' ; Panhellenic; Women ' s Club; Porpoise Club (.2. 3); W. A. A. Page 96 ■i Hii-DREi) Walters Akron Arts and Sciences M. K Warken Denver Arts and . ' - ' ciences l ' Beta Phi: Big Sisters; V. A. A. Cracky Weaver Krenimling Hiiiiness Administration Alpha Delta E ' i; Women ' s League Orchestra (! ' ; W. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Dodo (.?i; Bit Sisters (3). Amy Wkt i.ak Denver Arts and Sciences Spur: Colorodan (2, 3); Silver and ( " .old (1, 2, 3); Dodo (3i: Women ' s League X ' audeville (2); NLiy Fete (2): Women ' s Club: Deutsche N ' erein. C.EORCISA WhITMORE Canon City Journalism Sigma Kappa: Theta Sigma Phi: W. A. A.; Colorodan; Silver and Gold. Lester A. Whitney Sunrise, Wyo. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma F ' hi. Kav AKl) Grand Junction F.ns,ineering, Beta Gamma; A . I. K. K.; Boosters Clult. 1 RY iK(.iNiA Wells Brighton Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi; Theta Sinnia Phi: llespeia; Spur; Bii; Sisters; Senate; W. A. A. Board. Nan Wekthelm i;ik Mountain, Wyo. Arts and Sciences Sylvly Whit.acre Fort Lupton Arts and Sciences Theta Sigma Phi; W. A. A.; Silver and Gold; V. C. H. C: Women ' s (ilee Cluh; Choral Inion. j. Kenneth Whiteman Claremont, Cal. Business A dministration Sigma Chi; Coloradoan Man- agerial Staff. Alvin C. Whiteside Fort Lupton Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon. Paf97 1 ' ! } Katherine Drescher Craig Arts and Sciences Delta (iamma; Big Sister (2). Lawrence Wilson Wiley Arts and Sciences Lois a. Williams Olathe Arts and Sciences Alpha Nu; University HikiiiK Club; Bis Sisters; . A. A.. Universitv Women ' s Club. Thomas Williams Tollerburg School of Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha; Base- ball. Bii.i.iE Woods Boulder Arts and Sciences . A. A. Will A WoLCOTT iSoulder Arts and Sciences Pi A. he Beta Phi; Hesperia A. Board; Senate; lenic. W. Pan- Aweneth Winters Custer, S. D. A rls and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi; ( ' .lee Club- George W. Williams Denver Engineering Thos. W. Williams Pueblo Engineering Beta Gamma; A. L E. E.; Band (I, 3); Track (2); Glee Club (1). ' iRGixiA Witt Pryor, Oklahoma Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Evelyn Wolcott Boulder Arts and Sciences .Mpha Zeta Pi; .Aljiha Nu; rni crsit ' Women ' s Club; Universitv Hiking Club; French Club; Spur; W. A. A.; Choral L " nion. K athkrink B. Wilson Lamar Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta; Silver anil Gold (2); May Fete (2). Page 9S Evelyn Canon City Arts and Sd-.nces Kapixi Alpha Theta. Dean F. Farrell Pueblo Business Ailminislralion Sigma Chi; Delta Sign a Pi; Sigma Delta Psi; Treasurer Junior Class; Junior Prom Committee: (lym Team (2i; Coloracloan Managerial Staff. Mari vret B. (.1 rah am Sterling Arts ami Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. Colin S. Hershey Longmont Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Delta Chi; Torch and Shield; Boosters Club Operetta; Lit- tle Theater; ' ice-president Junior Class; Interfraternity Council. Lairence KelT ; fJoulfler Engineering Delta Tau Delta; Eta Kap|xi Nu; Wrestling Manager (3); Band. EfCENE F. Lyle Telluride Arts and Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi. Bl RDKTTK BllNU Liberty, Indiana Business Administration Delta Tau Delta; Delta Sig- ma Pi. Kran i ( Iaroitte Denver Arts and Sciences Kapija .Alpha Theta; W. A. A.; Baseball (2l; olley Ball (3,1. Francis IIamm Longmont Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. -Mildred L. Jamison Boulder Arts and Sciences Delta Zcta; Historx ' Com- mittee (3 1. J. L. LlNDROOTH Denver Engineering Phi Delta Theta; Track . Linager(3);A. S. M. E. II. ( " .. MrCARTY Berthoud Business Administration Pagr99 I Catherine McIntosh Las Animas Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta; Thela Sigma Phi: Big Sisters. Mary F. MacNeill Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Anita Pettit Stuttgart, Ark. Alpha Phi. |. I " . Ryan Boulder Arls anil Sciences Pi Kappa .-Mpha. Marjorie Stafford Boulder W. I?. .Stoddard Stanford, Conn. Arls and Sciences Rkita McLeod Redcliff Arls and Sciences Chi Omega. Helen Miller Delta Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; Hesperia; Big Sisters; Coloradoan; Boosters Club N ' audeville. Reve Phares Boulder Pi Beta Phi. Margaret Smith Longmont Arls and Sciences Spur; Women ' s Club V.-Presi " dent House of Representa- tives; Hesperia; Silver and Gold. Davis D. Stapp Las ' egas, N. M. Delta Tau Delta. Elizabeth Tamplin Denver Arls and Sciences . ll)ha Chi Omega; Hesperia; V. V. C. A. Council; V. A. A. : pul)liiit ' manager. Colora- diKin; Little Theater. i Page 100 y f ' LI ABKTH IkVIN l.ongniont Arts and Sciences KapiKi KapiM ( ' ■anima; I ' ni- ersliy Womrn ' s Club 111; Mav Fete (2); Track Tram (2); ' V. A. A. (3). A. C. Stephenson Denver Engineering Sigma Nu; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fkancis Sterling I ' liarmacy I ' hi ■.iniina Delta; Siimalia; I ' ootliall (2. 3): Track (2); junior From Committee; Class Treasurer l2). ( " ■lY Warren Boulder Arts and Sciences Page 101 Page 102 i i LAWYERS Pan 10) .J. Gordon Allott Pueblo Senior La ' iV Phi Gamma Delta; Delta Sigma Pi; Track (1, 2, 3. 4); X ' ice-captain (3); Captain (4); Boosters Club. Vice-presi- dent; Players Club. Man- ager; Masque; Little Theater (26. 27): Boosters Operetta (27. 28. 29). Hn V. RD O. ASHTON Boulder Junior Law Beta Gamma; Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Rhu; Adelphi; Debating; A. S. I C. Debating Board; Debate Manager; Boosters Clul); Interfraternity Council. NoKM. N Baker Pueblo Freshman Law Kappa Sigma; Scimitar; Adel- phi; Coloradoan; Debating,. Manager (3). Ned C. iMPBELL Fort Worth, Texas Jtniior Law Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Kappa; Pi Epsilon Pi; " C " Club; Boosters Club; Interfraternity Council; Adel- phi; Founder ' Pi Epsilon Pi; Water Pageant (4, 5, 6i; Chairman (5, 6); Student Council (5i; Chairman Fresh- man Tradition Committee (5); Swimming Team (5. 6), Captain (6l; Debating i5, 6); Te.xas Christian Cniversity (1, 2); Cumberland Univer- sity; (3). E. L. Ditcher Montrose Junior Law Delta Tau Delta; Pi Epsilon Pi; Boosters Club Operetta (1, 2,3). P. iL S. Fries Mount " ernon, Iowa Junior Law Phi Aliiha Delta. ' 1LI.I. M .AkTHIR Boulder Freshman Law Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Alpha Delta ; Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class. Helen E. Austin Cincinnati, Ohio Junior Law A. Allen Brown Grand Junction Freshman Law Acacia; Phi Alpha Delta; Boosters Club; Interfrater- nity Council. George S. Cos. nd Belleville. Kan. Senior Law Kansas State Teachers Col- lege. .Acacia; Phi .Mpha Delta; President University Hoover- Curtis Club. Albert P. Fisher Walden Senior Law Acacia; Phi Alpha Delta, President. Ray Ginning Boulder Junior Law Delta Sigma Phi; " C " Club; S.iphoniore Cop; ' ice-presi- dent of Junior Class; Foot- ball (1, 2. 3i; Wrestling (1, 2. 3); Band; Prom Com- mittee. Page 104 Sidney Stein Jacob- Denver Junior Law arsity WresllinR (1. 2. i. 4): BaililT ol CDiiibineil Laws (4); Intraiiuiral Soft Ball Tennis. Toucliball: Indcix ' ncl- ent Trophy Committee i4i. Harolu T. Kinc. Denver Junior Law Si ma Chi: lnterlraternit ' Council: Boosters Club ; Play- ers Club: President of the Sophomore Class i2): Chair- man Student Memorial Com- niittce l2i: Loyalties (. i: Manager Homecoming f lav i4i: Players Club Play (3.4). W ' ll LIAM L. LlhYI) Pueblo .Senior Law Kappa Sigma: Phi Beta Kap- pa: Silver and iold (2, 3): S|xirts Editor li ' : Business .NLmager Rock Mountain Law Review. Bernard J. Loighman Boulder Senior Law KapiKi Sigma: .Adelphi il, 2i: Newman Club, [ ' resident (2 ' : Phi Delta Phi: Bm)stcrs Clul i3i: President Junior Laws (4 1. GiNHiLD Ness Boulder Freshman Law Joe R. Peatman Los Angeles M l Rl K L. KiMMEI. Holly Junior Law Delta Thcta Phi: Band (1. 2, 3, 4); El Circulo Espanol (3, 4, S): Silver and (Iold i.Si: Law Review (S): Hiking Club (4. 5). lll.K.MAN A. I.KNNARTZ Boulder Freshman Law Kappa Sigma: Phi Alpha Delta: B K)Sters Club (3, 4); Treasurer (4 1: Coloradoan 111: Junior Prom Committee (3). Lawrence Loic.hmas Philadelphia, Pa. Senior Law Kappa Sigma. Glenn Laughlin Frederick Frishman Law Jerome A. Pall Montrose Senior Law Delta Tau Delta; Phi Delta Phi: Delta Sigma Rho. James F. Pinkney Canon City Junior Law . . H. Davidson College: Beta I ' heta Phi: Phi Delta Phi. Pate 105 Francis H. Pope Boulder Freshman Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Edward C. Rathbun Boulder Freshman Law Phi Gamma Delta: Boosters Club; " C " Club; Adelphi: Coloradoan (2); Coif (2, 3). Waldo Rogers Las ' egas, New Mexico Freshman Law Phi Gamma Delta; Inter fraternity Council (41; Silver and Gold (1). JiLiA D. Shapiro Cheyenne, Wyoming Junior Law Phi Delta Delta. William ' . S. Snuih Paonia Senior Law Phi Gamma Delta; Heart and Dagger; " C " Club; President " C " Club; Freshman Laws President; Football (3, 4). Grant Stanwood Ridgwa - Junior Law Chi I ' si; Delta Sigma Rho; A. S. V. C. Council; ' arsit - Debating; Adelphi (President and Hall of Fame); Players Club; Little Theater. Junior Prom Committee; Chairman Artists Frolic Committee; Law Dance Committee; Boosters Club; Operetta Staff; .Scimitar; Debatmg Board. Jesse E. Pound Boulder Senior Law Sigma Rho; Phi Alpha Delta. F. V. Reakdon Salida Senior Law Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Alpha Delta; Players Club (L 2, 3, 4, 5); Little Theater (L 2, 3, 4, S); Boosters Club (2. 3, 4V Alice M. Sebolt Davenport, Iowa Junior Law M. i:. H. Smith Greeley Senior Law Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; Torch and Shield. Sherwo(ii) B. Stanley Denver Junior Law Phi Kappa Tau; Interfrater- nitv Council; Quill; Class Officer (2); Boosters Club; President Boosters Club (3); A. S. U. C. Council; A. S. V. C. Committee; Stude Directory. William F. .Schkopp Boulder Senior Law . cacia; Phi .Mpha Delta. Page I Ob Sam. T. Taylor WalscnbiirR Senior Late Delta Thctii I ' hi; Sii;iii.i [Jclta Chi: I ' i Ki silun PI: HiK)Stcrs Club (3. 4): Aclelphi (.?): Yellow Jackets !.«. 4l: Canaries (2): Silver and ( " .old (I. 2. .V 4. 5, 6, 7 1: S|)orts Kditor (4 1 ; Coloradoan (. . 4 1 : Sports ICditor i4i: Scroll Key: Coloradoan Key: President Conil ine l Independents (4): A. S. r. C. Congress (3l; A . S. r. C. Council (4): X ' arsity DeUiting (4, 5); Intramural Athletic Board (5). SHER.MAX K. WaLROD Boulder Senior Lav. ' Delta Tau Delta: Phi Delta J ' hi: Coloradoan l.i); Man- ager (4i: 0()eretta (2, 3, 41; Board of Publications (5, 6); Band Manager (4, 5); Cilee Club (3); Dodo (4). Theodore James Adams Boulrler Senior Law Phi Alfiha Delta: Booste ' s Club (3, 41. " Sti-dd " Elliott Denver Law Beta Theta Pi: Football (3 1 " C " Club: . sst. Business Mgr.. Window (3). CoNRoD Ball l.oveland Junior Laxc Don K. Tkivdle l.oveland Freshman Law Phi Delta Theta: Scimitar Boosters Club: Operetta ' 28. S. IC1(IK Wagler ( ' ■rand Junction Freshman Law Acacia: Phi Alpha Delta; .Adelphi: Band (3|; Glee Club (3): X ' arsity Debating (3, 4). Clare ( ' .ernon Davis Denver Junior Law Kappa Kappa C.amma; Sec- retarv. Combined Laws. illl m Lester Boulder Freshman Law Beta Ciamma. Pagt 107 ll Page lOS i MEDICS Pate 109 School of Nursing MigO Miss Kienn.ngek ESTABLISHKI) in 1908, the School of Nurs- ing of the rni ersit ' of Colorado has made rapid strides since its founding. Two courses are offered: A fi e- ear course and a three-year course. The ti e-year course, the first three years of which are spent in the I ' niv ersit - al Boulder leads towards a combined diploma of Nursing and a degree of B. S. Two ears and three months must be completed in the School of Nursing in Denver before the student is eligible for graduation. The three- ear course offers a diploma in nursing from the University of Colorado. Page no Alice M. Carlson Ticin FitUs, Idaho MaKTHA H. ( ' .KISWOLD Mer ' ing Catherine I. inch Denver CONSTA.NXE MlXFORD Denver Mildred Nurkis Denver Beilah Wylie n.«-.r Maky Dennison fireen AiDREV K. Jones Denver Anna ' era Loebnit Den-eer )ITI1 NoKUSTRUM Denver M RV H. Phelps ynuns,st(nun, Ohio P.ife III , i Page 112 u CAMPUS LIFE Book I 1 I 1929 ■ • • ' 1 Miss Marye Fulton I m nniil l )- f) Colorado Dodo Queen. Miss Fulton %vas selected 1 In ...pular vote of the students. She is a Sophomore in the CoUe je ol Arts and Sciences. Her i)icture also api ared in ( oUege Humor as representative of the co-eds attendi.v. the I nners.tx of Colorado. W ' sxs s s atf " v- 2 0 s: mi iJiM riie l)i il() liird ap- pears in Irt ' sh |)lum.iKi ' at its " pardon " ilaiict- ill an attempt to rei;ain the ianii)iis fa or. X ' ir inia nannenhaiiiii and ' i()la Mercer were the industrious and fortunate girls among many fair com|)etitors who won the Dodo sub- scription contest. " Miss Colorado I " Barbara Mulnix was the girl chosen 1) - the A. V. S. as the best repre- sentative of Colorado University women. Ksther .Anderson and Louise Sarchet, girl com- edians of the campus, prescntefl their act at the barKjuet of the .A. V. A. The I ' i Phi pup|)ets — can ()U recognize ihem.- ' Marji rie Benight and I ' olU ' Watson gi e their ersion of To|w - and Kva. Where bad eggs and bad jjolitics become scrambled. Street dance on the e%e of the student elections last spring. I.ois Brown, an Alpha (hi Omega, and imt- ol the Coloradoan popu- larit - queens. Margaret Tasher, charming member of Pi Beta Phi, and Colora- doan beauty queen for 1927. Rosemary LufT, popu- lar and attractive Chi ( )mega. Virginia Stone, a pe- tite member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, whose hi)l)bv is a horse. Marv Kimmett, an . ll)ha Delta Pi, who is popular in social activi- ties. Dorothy ClufT. a pop- ular member of Delta C.amma. .Mice Reynolds, presi- dent of Delta Delta Delta, and a leader in social circles. Jean Ware, a member of Pi Phi. and a society debutante from Denver. Kiith.mna Kamcs.who is a member of Kai pa Kappa ( " .amma ami an outstanclinj; sophomore in campus activities. ' irj;inia nannenliaiim. a Delta Zeta who distin- jjuished herself in the operetta and whose greatest interest is aes- thetic dancing. Alice Pale, Kapi a Kappa (iamma w ho is as ersatile at sports as at the art of fascinating men. Marie Miller, who is a prominent senior in the School of .Arts and a mcmher of Chi Omega. " Joe " Meininger, one of the exclusive cellar gang, and popular on the statTs of the Hotlo, Coloradoan, and Siher and (lold. . strid Berg, a promis- ing j( urnalist, president of Theta Sigma Phi, Women ' s Kditor Silver and ( " .old, and winner of the Sisjma Delta Chi scholarship for next ear. Dorothy Tennis, a member of . l|)ha Chi Dmega. Helen Hick, l ' ,)27 Col- oradoan Beauty, a Delta Delta Delta, and prom- inent in social activities. P hJ •I.. Kicks and e e gou - ing only were barred at the annual freshman- sophomore sack race. The " cutest feminine " in the stands— Spur ' s mascot. John " Lochinvar " Holt, iiur genial and popular student presi- dent. No, this is not Al Smith; just " Spider " Roger Rodgers wearing ihe brown derb - for his brilliant knowledge of There is nothing so rousing as the C. U. band playing, " ( " .lory, ( ' .lor -, Colorado! " Our cheer leaders in action on a good old " Colorado L . Which all goes to show that too many ictories hatch no good. The amuial spectacle of ci)-e ls jjamholiiin on the green was unusually colorful. When a May ueen is crowneti. The Kiiv;ineers aban- don slip-sticks and cal- culus for corncobs and apples. " TheColoradoan Rail- road " dance opened a brilliant social season. An Alpha Sig welcome to Itah. The I ' tes find their missing banner. Philpott and his mon- key, with Chuck Mau. furnish entertainment at the .-Xpplcfest. (leorjie Philpott. whose oulstandiiiR work as editor of the Colorado KnijiiU ' er has made it one of the leading maga- zines of its kind. Harry Shubart, dis- tinguished campus thes- [)ian and all-conferenoe baseball. " .Semi " Hershey — ])oiuilar collegian — prominent . . T. O., whose witt personality- is reflected in The Mir- ror. Harold Ford, member of Pi Kpsilon Pi. and business manager of the Coloradoan. Perr B.irtlett, widel - known Delt and presi- dent of the Junior class. Aaron Lutz, backstop and captain oi Colo- rado ' s champion base- h.iU team. Kmmett Heitler, an engineer, iirominent in campus acti ities. Reginald IMcKinle , prominent A. T. ().. who is a foiH-letter man in baseball and basket ball. C. [ ' . rcM)ters ami tlu- weatluT took IH-n er by storm on Tlumksyivinj; morning. " Pup: " Thomas, ir - ing to make a pretzel out of a perfectly good C. L ' . wrestler. Intramural track holds a big part of our interest, spring quarter. () u r championship team in action. Sign and countersign —Beat Utah! Hurdlers in the state high school meet. irgil Soden, ii popu- lar Beta, who is a mem- ber of ' arsity track team. Ned Campbell is cap- tain of State ' s champion swimming team. This is how Jim Blue looks when he is not leadini? yells. Harold King is well known for his business ability and keen person- ality. He was manager of the Operetta. Lack of weight was no hinderance to Curlee in our turkey - day game with D.V. ( ' ■rant .Stanwood, L hi Psi, and member of A. S. r. C. council, and a X ' arsitv debater. Herb Russell, a .Sigma Nu, and a consistent star in basket ball. Byron Brafford, a ThetaXi, and .i member of P. E. P. A j;liiiii)!ie into the revels of the campus elite at the Artists ' Frolic. A three-dollar ticket was the passport to the -UH). " Frosh emulatinp; Ste e Rrody at the request of sophomore cops. . touching scene of a freshman receiving ■justice " at the hands of Judge Healy. The lofty i yre erecteil liy ambitious freshmen before the HiMiieconiinii; game. Our Student Mcmcrial building going U|). The freshmen-sopho- more tug of war. As usual the Frosh won a " moral " victorN . The Sigma Nu ' s win first prize among the fra- ternities for the Home- coming decorations. I s Milt and Blackie win the Boosters club tro- phy for their clever act at the vaude ille. Palmer, N ' arsity track, shows how il is done. Jolin Rames, our for- mer " head boy, " must have been raised on the farm. Promenading at the Women ' s Club fall dance. Engineers ' Day — al- ways a memorable one fur weeks after. LC- " .-=2: . A scene from tlie de- srri|)tive dance, " The St()rm " " i nc i f the fea- tures of " Sirens of the Sea. " Members of the eii- seml)le, who interpreted ( " .ershwin ' s " Rhapsody in Blue " as another fea- ture of the operetta. Co-ed " chorus girls " leaving for the L enver presentation of the oper- etta. Margaret Reimers, at- tractive leading lady of the musical comedy. The Willow family, when off-stage, seem ge- nial enough. Director Wolle and some of his cast leaving for Denver. Karl Poriiiian and ' ir- ginia Tedford, talking things over in " The Art- ist. " The Little Theatre players depict " Mr. Sampson. " A scene from Bocca- cio ' s " liitold Tale. " Charming Miss Cla ra Landschulz, who was chosen Belle of the Engi- neer ' s Ball. The Engineers and their sweethearts on pa- rade. " Si " Hershey and his chauffeur hitch uj) old Dobbin and come to town. Frank linl ii ' r. ;ii) nut- standing inenil er of Al- pha Sigma Phi. ( ' ■eorge Seivers is an- other engineer who can successfully combine scholarship and athlet- ics. Jere ( " ircss, a member of f hi Delta Theta, and a mainstay of Colorado ' s line. Huward Grant, well known leader in dreek circles, and president of the Inter-Fraternity Council. Bill Stoddard is ex- captain and a star per- former on Colorado ' s champion swimming team. Ralph Philip, a senior, and president of Pi Kappa Alpha. Jaik Davis, captain of track, and president of the Senior class. FVancis Reardon, a widely - known lawyer, who hails from Delta Sigma Pi. Caniille French, Ali)lia Omkron I ' i, who played a prcnuiient part in the Women ' s League aude- ville. Dorothy Foster, popu- lar member of Alpha Omicron Pi. Peter Reilly, a Phi Psi who has among his activities treasurer of P. E. P., a member ot Scimitai, the Yellow- Jackets, past president of the Boosters club, and iiresident of the freshman class of ' 29. Rcttv CoUison, Kappa Kappa Camma and a talented pianist. Don Ragnall, captain of our whirlwind basket ball team. Betty Merrick, a Kap- pa Alpha Theta popiilar in many student actj i- lies. June Strong, popular lunior ami member of Delta Gamma. Louise .Abernath . senior journalist, meni- lier of theta Sigma Phi, and . lpha Chi Omega. Waiiiiij; III kIm- I ' tali a Colorado welcome. Carroll (iilhtTt finds protection in the Delt wild cat. Jim Blue ' s vanguard post advance notices in Denver. .And that ' s just what we did. The Freshmen get be- hind the team in heating D. r. Our cheer-leaders are caught in characteristic frolic. ( )iil another lootljall special — to he followed l)vaI)ilItotheA.S. I ' .C. Donald driffin, who is acti e in camjjus dra- matics. Our famous " Buck " Smith, footliall captain and ice-president of the A. S. U. C. Terrell Drinkwater who swings a ' heft ' golf club. Where the co-eds ac- quire their grace, if any. The women ' s g ' m- nasiuni exhibition was quite rcpresentati e this ear. ' arsit - in the making — freshman football. A I .1 in i 1 i .1 r di i f ihrouuli tlif canipiis. When J.nk I ' rost makes vh(M)pie. A most e II h a n ring lover ' s lane. The drive up Flag- staff. What does this bring to your mind? The Flatiroiis are a prominent landmark. .Another reason why our campus is known throughout tin- inuiiUA for its beautw " Tlie most beautiful auditorium this side of the Mississippi. " William Kelley, a shin- ing star for the Kappa Sig ' s in intramural sfwrts. Bill Smith, the other cough-drop twin, who is captain-elect of football for 1929. and president of C club. " Stew " Beresford leaves ' arsity this year, after an illustrious four years ' of athletics. There doesn ' t seem to be any- thing that " Stew " hasn ' t won a letter for in the major sports. Charles Munson — he ' s the editor of the Colora- doan — that ' s the year- book here, you know; and, also, he hails from the ranks of Theta Xi. Herschel Shwayder. prominent in Boosters and Glee Club actiNnties. Morris Greenspoon. manager of football, and Denver manager of " Si- rens of the Sea. " Ralph Prator. a Sigma Phi Epsilon. baseball star, and one of the of- ficial " joiners " on the campus. Oscar Liden. " Ock. " a prominent journalist, and a member of Sigma Delta Chi and Phi Kappa Tau. The Frosh dance which was given at Citizen ' s this vear. The Women ' s Clul) (iyps ' IJance was the most colorful of the ear. As a few of the wan- dering tribe appeared off the floor. Holt and Kames leave for the Student Pres- ident ' s Conference in Cincinnati. John Rames was president of the presidents. How the sedate law- yers celebrated Feb- ruars ' 22nd. The Junior Prom. Only 75 per cent Santa Claus this year, but a good silhouette mara- thon at that. .C i§M a. I )elta Zeta dress up to welcome ahiniTii. The Belfry of Old Main tells the world. When we w a t c h e d State beat Aggies. What the men missed at the Women ' s Club aude ille. And the ( " .old - Dust twins were there. We wonder how much •rake-oflf " Mr. Wrigley i;a c the Tri Delts for this. Till-: MOl I.Dl K DAM AM ' r. r. Tests of model arch (lams under way in I he Civil Kngineering lab- oratories are a part of a nation wide stiidv ol stresses in arch dams. The work here has been carried on with con- crete models and the ex- perimental data obtained will liave a direct effect upon the Boulder Dam in the proposed Colo- rado River dexelopment. The upper photographs show the form against which the concrete mod- el was cast and a gen- eral view of the testing put. Dr. Fredrik ' ogt, shown above, has come from the I ' niversity of Non ay to assist with these tests. The next two photographs show Dr. ' ogt and the model with a few of the in- struments in place. The lower ie vs show the strain gauges that regis- ter deformations of a few miUionths of an inch, and the cracks de- veloped in the course of 250 tests carried on with mercur ' yielding a load of 53,000 pounds at each test. u ATHLETICS Book 1 1929 thlclic Board C €ll- i SSO CI •: ■R ■ smith, representative from , Colorado I ' liisersity to the Rock - Mountain Facult - Athletic Conference, has been a member of the faculty at Colorado since llMl. He graduated from Brown I ' ni- er-ity in ISi)!). After coming tt) Colorado lie was the leading football and track ofticial in the Rocky Mountain Conference for several years, officiating in more than U)() college football games. After retiring as an official, he was appointed adjuster for the i . M. F. A. C. and is acti e in that capacity at the present time. While at the Uni ' ersity he has held the position of librarian. At |)resent he is director of the Student Memo- rial I ' nion Building Committee of the Asso- ciated -Alumni. I . lli-NKv Smi ni Walter B. Franklin, graduate manager since 1021, has seen some remarkable changes in the athletic facilities of the rni ersit - and has done much to shape the athletic policy of the school. At the time he took over his position. Colorado had no stadium. no gymnasium, not e en so much as a grass- pla ing field. Since that time the men ' s g mnasiuni, the stadium, the baseball field have all been built, and Colorado has one of the best athletic plants in the section. The Colorado Relays which are fast becoming of national importance were started by Frank- lin. While a student at the rni ersit -. Franklin was on the football team in lillT, l!U!t, llfjo. l .i_M. He was an all-conference center one ear, and later an all-conference end. He was also a letterman in baseball, boxing and golf. I IKK li. I- K ANKI.IN Gradudtc Manager Pant 1 17 Football ■ xs m •smsff M™;; Mykon K. W ' itham Coiicii ) i;. mA I. head f(M)tl)all :b at Colorado since 1920, has just signed a three-year contract as full- time football coach at Colorado. Previ- ous to this year, Mr. ' itham has been a member of the engineering school faculty in addition to his football coaching activi- ties. .Mr. W itham was graduated from Dartmouth in 1904 ha -ing played quarter- back from 1901 to 1903 on the Green ele en. In 1903 he was quarterback and captain of the team, and was placed on Walter Camp ' s ail-American team-. Since coming to Colorado he has produced two conference championship teams, tied for the championship on another occasion, and won the State championship during the past fall. C. N. MacDonald ser ed as senior manager of football this year, although he was but a junior. John Gardner, senior manager, was unable to .serve. Mac- Donald handled this difficult job of foot- ball manager in an efficient manner. C " . N. M. cni)N. i,i Page l}S ' O m Baseball ■»x HARRY phvsical piusical education departmenl, came to the I ' niversity of Colorado in the fall of 1926. He coached the conference champion- ship baseball team last spring. Mr. Carlson graduated from Springfield College, Mass., in 1920. .- fter coaching for three years at Milford School, Milford, Conn., he entered Clark Iniversity, Worcester, Mass., recei - ing his master ' s degree in 1924. In the same year Mr. Carlson was appointed director of athletics at Hamline Cniversity, St. Paul, Minn., where he served until (omini; to Colorado. Hakky I ' l. Caklmin Couch II i.iAM S. (ii.E.vsoN, manager of baseball, (ileason has been a hard worker throughout and was made senior manager his junior year. William S. Gleason Poge IS " Basket Ball x§ mi HOWARD C. BERESFORI), coach of liasket hall and director of intramural sports, graduated from the rni ersit ' ol Colorado in 1918. He coached baseball in the spring of 1919 at the I nixersity. Alter three ears as physical education director at Boulder Prep, he returned to the I ' ni- ersityin 1923, as coach of baseball, basket ball and track. Last year he was made director of intramural sports and still coaches basket Iiall. Howard C. Beresford Coach John Ha es is senior manager of basket ball and equipment manager of the A. S. U. C. Ha es has without doubt the most difificult position of any of the stu- dent managers. It is his dut - to issue all of the many articles of equipment to the various athletes. The position is one carry- ing a great deal of responsibility ' and Ha ' es is filling it in an exceptionally efticient manner. John Haves Manager Page 14G Track ' stm ss eo FRANK POTTS, track coach, was grad- uated from the Iniversity of Oklahoma in 1!) " J7. In n»2() he was chosen by Oant- land Rice on his Ail-Anierican football team. In track. Potts took first place in the pole- ault at the intercollegiate meet at Chicago in 192G. Potts has worked hard to improve track at the I ' niversitN since he came here in the fall of 1027, and he has introduced indoor track. I RANK I ' OTTS Couch John LindrcKth will ser e his second year this spring as senior manager of track. He was sophomore manager of track in lii2()-27. John I.ixdrikjth Pag€ 141 Wrestling ' O tm m i! ®0 ' RALPH Ml ' XXS, coach of wrestling and arsit - football line coach, gradu- ated from Cornell 1 ' ni ersit ' , Cornell, N. Y., in 1927. He played guard on the footliall team for three years and was on the wrestling team tor three ears. In 1925 he won the championship of the 17.5- pound class in the A. A. I ' , meet at New ' ork. Munns came to the Inixersitx this fall. KaLI ' H MuNXb Coach Hi(.ii SiiATTic, wrestling manager tlii ' ear. His home is at Salem, Oregon. Hrc.H Sh.mtuc Page 142 S imniinii ' C -__J BB " iSf O J I )1IN II. MASON, vinimiiin coach, jjiatl- iiated from the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College at Stillwater in 102 ' ). He was quarterback of the football team for three years, and Ictiered in both track and wrestling. He was selected All- Southwestern Conference C|uarterback in 1 )22. STl r.lA r M W AC.KKS Each sport has a senior manager who has gained his position b ' working up from a freshman position. The freshman gets the heavy work. At the end of the season, tlu- freshman who has gi en the most efhciem and l!)yal ser ice is given his choice of a man- agership in the various sports. He works up through a Sophomore and a Junior manager- ship to the final goal of a Senior managership. A arsity letter is awarded to the Senior manager when he has completed his work for the four years. The Senior manager with the help of their " under- studies " assist their respecti e teams in a very material way. Senior managers are responsible for business details while the teams tra el awa ' from Hi ' iildcr. John H. Mason Coach Armstrong Hayden Kelt Smith Pdtr I4i T Page 144 " Ruck " Smith Si asssssP ' Hsi ' O ' Captain Football — t.9£S Season CXI ' IAIX ■HITK " SMI III. all- L )ntt ' reiice selection lioili last sea- son and this, was one of the most elusi ' e backs on the team. His particular forte was otT-tackle plays. At o|icn-field running he was oustanding. ' " Buck " will lie ineligible for ' arsity competition next fall because of one year of partici- pation at a small Kansas College. Pai ■» ■ Donald " Don " Ba nall =e ■!«©« CaM ' jiii Bask ft Ball W?9 DONALD " DON " BAGNALL, of Longmont. His scrappiness has been a leature ol his playing. While he has not been a high scorer, his defensi e work is among the best seen in conference basket ball circles during the past season. His loss will be felt when the candidates for the 1930 Colorado basket ball team line up. Pa e 146 Aaron Lutz •0®ls ■i eo C(i plain Baseball — !9:?9 Season CM ' VMS AARON 1,1 IZ xill lead the Colorado nine next ' ear. His recognized leadership has caused his team mates to place this honor with him for a second time. Luts is a catcher who has the ability to get everything that a pitcher has to gi e. His hitting is far above the a erage. Lutz was given all- conference honors last " ear at the end of the season. ' ,K-.- • " Louie Telk s :::iui]xx Captain Track — 1928 Season CAPTAIN LOITE TELK, hurdle and broad jump star, gained far more points for State than any other athlete. He usually took two or three firsts in every meet. Coach Potts will have his hands full in finding a successor for Telk, as the State star was graduated in June. ' ■.«e 14S FOOTBALL Pjjf 149 Football Elliott Harris Bill Smith WHKX the 1928 football season o|:ened, coach Myron W ' ithani had the task of dexeloping practicalK ' an entireh ' new line to fill the positions left acant by graduation. A number of fine kjoking prosjiects were out for the team, and de- eloped ra]iid] -. All went well in the first two games which State won. Misfortune struck the team in the homecoming game when both Hill and Buck Smith, star backfield men were incapacitated because of injuries. This coupled with the inexperienced line caused State to lose. From then on State was un- beatable, the team romping through the re- maining three games for -ictories. The fi " e games won ga " e Colorado the state championship, t)ut the loss allowed rtah to capture the conference champion- ship. Whether State could ha e ever de- feated Utah or not, will never be known. It is a fact, however that the team was in the poorest shape on homecoming tiay than tlH ' were in during the whole season. I tall was undoubtedly the strongest team on the schedule and the result was inevita- ble. Hill Smith, Bernard Buster, and Buck Smith were picked on arious all-conference teams. The Colorado offense centered Page I SO around the line |ilun ii) ot Hill Siiiitli, cap- taiii-elcrt for nt ' xt ear. Si ' Ult)ni did lie take the liall wilhdUt )j;i) n i)i ' lousier was not (iidy an oiiistaiidiiii; t ' oiiiererue Huard, hiit he was one ol the best lineiiun seen in action for ears. lie made a lar e percentage of the tackles and led the inter- ference on practicalK ' e er pla -. Hmk Smith was not iiuite up to his wcirk of the ear liefore. luit this is accounted lor in that ht had a stuhhorn ankle injur ' that refused to mend. The team did not sw ing into action until October 13. when the - defeated Colorado Teachers 21 to (i in a game ])la ed at (iree- ley. The Teachers pUued a fine game, making ele -en first df)wns to eight for State. The Colorado line-men plainU showed their inexperience, but stiffened when in the shadow of their own goal line. Butler, fleet Teacher back was the first to score, when he intercepted Curie ' s pass and raced 7o yards for a touchdown. Bill Smith gained 132 ards in 23 attempts. Bud Keagan and Beresford also pla ed splendid football Coloratlo Mines came to Boulder a week later. When the game ended. State had piled up to 39 to win. Ruck Smith. Bill Smith, Bud Reagan, Stew Beresford and Warren McKeKe all made long gains through the Mines team. Reagan especi- alK . pla ed a brilliant game, gaining H)7 Beresford Prator Spexcer p.i«f ) OrlNLAN (- ARLSON Nelson yards. An injury obtained during the game kejjt him out of action for the re- mainder of the season however, so his bril- lianc}- was obtained at rather high cx|;ense. A hard tackle took the diminuti e little back off his feet and dropped him on one shoulder cracking a bone. The real cause of ictor - la - in the wonderful interference furnished li the State backs and guards. Utah university furnished the competi- tion for the homecoming game. The ])it ' of the poor Colorado showing, the only poor showing the team made during the year was that so many old grads had to witness it. i.ike a watch with a main spring miss- ing, Colorado, with Bill, Smith, and Bud Reagan out of the game, was totalh ' unable to " go. " Buck Smith played during a part of the game and made the onh ' score for his team with a pretty 20-yard run. His injured ankle slowed him down so nuirh thai he could do little. The State line could do nothing with the hea ier and more e. i;erienced I ' tah line. Couch and Davis, Stellar I ' te backs romjied around and through Colorado for long gains. When the final gun sounded. I ' tah had won 2 ' ) to (i. Colorado -Aggies played at Boulder on November 10, and with one of the best lines in the conference they were expected to riddle the supposedly weak Colorado PagcIS2 line. Cuaih Mumis, U-rmcr Cornell I iii- ersity star Kuard, who was just making; his debute as line coach, had done his work well. Colorado won I. ' i to 7. IJuik Sniiili, Bill Smith and Beresford all played great ball otTensi el , while the line looked difl ' er- ent from the one that had i)la ed against I ' tah. All of the State scoring came in the serniul (|u, inter. The Colorado college game i)la ed at Colorado Springs was 1)%- far the most thrilling and i)icturesi|ue battle of the season. Pla ing in a snow storm, it is a surprising thing that the backs of both teams were able to keep their feet. The play was fast at all times. During the last few minutes, Colorado fans were fearful unless the great " Dutch " Clark would snatch victory awa ' from them w lien it appeared almost won. Clark was stopped on all but two occa- sions so far as carr iiig the ball was con- cerned. Howe er his uncanny jiassing ac- curacy- was directh ' responsible for the three Tiger touchdowns, and he came near completing a fourth hich w ul l iia c de- feated State. ' hile Colorado college took chances and got awa with a spectacular aerial game, State was smashing up and down the t ' lKLEE Gress X ' OLKMAX Pa(tlS3 Hesaghan WiTCHER SCHWALM tiekl, tearing the Tiger line l(i riliiions. In fact State had scored its first tourluiown be- fore the crowd was yet seated. The season closed at Denxer on Thanks- gi ing da -. The e ening before the game a big snowstorm covered the field two feet deep with a white blanket. The battle could not be called a good footljall game. A few minutes after it started one could hardly make out which team a man belonged to, because of a gen- erous layer of mud. The teams ploughed up and down the field with little results. The game seemed destined to end in a scoreless tie, when a break caused by the alertness of George Carlson, Colorado leit end de- cided the battle. Looking forward toward next ear, much ma - be hoped for. Buck Smith, Beresford and Prator are the only Colorado men who will not be back. With the added jears ex- perience some of the men will be greatly improved. Then one of the best freshman teams in years is expected to send up one or two men who will fit into the team. Page li4 Frcshnicin Fcx tbal i SSO COI.ORAnO yi-arliiii s had the most successful f )()tl)all season in ears, winnini; ilu ' ir three games easil -. t ' oaches ( " arisen, Healy, and Mason had two or three men of almost e(|ual aiiilit for every position, and an ' luimher of the men would ha e made j;()od arsit - material this season. Next year several freshies ma work their wa - into the lineup. James " Slick " Haley was the outstanding ball carrier — in fact the outstanding man on the squad. His long runs through everv team against which State |)Iayed were features of the t ' olorado |)la . Colorado defeated the Aggie frosh on October 20 in the first of the earling mixes. The score was 13 to (j. Howe er, State outpla ed the Farmers more than the score would indicate. On three other occasions the ball was called back after it had been carried over for a touchdown liecause someone was offside. Teacher freshmen fell before the State crew on November 3, 67 to 0. The season was closed against UeuNcr I ' niversity on November 20, with Colorado on the long end of a 39 to score. I " iliiU t-il .1 " Patens Page 156 BASKET BALL Pai€ I S7 Basket Ball EARL ' season Imsket ball hopes became realities during the 1928-29 season, lor Coach Howard Beresford de eloped the most powerful court quintet of his basket- ball regime at Colorado I ' ni ersity, and the most successful five to represent the SiKer and Gold since 1925. Losing two of its first three games, the Colorado ciuintet leads the eastern di ision race after eight straight -ictories. Colo- rado College remains to be ])la ed on the Tiger court. Should State lose this game Wyoming l ni ersity can win from the Tiger: Montana State will pla - on the Silver and Gold court in the annual pla - oft for the conference title. The title race has been an exact dupli- cate of last year ' s championship battle, l pset games ha e been numerous and weaker teams have won from stronger teams time after time. Consistent basket ball has proven effectixe, and therein is the secret of Colorado l ' ni ersity ' s success. Four teams ha e led the conference at different times during the season, and all but Colorado V. have had their title aspirations hurt In ' a weaker team. State Beresford Russell I! has hati narrow escapes, as four overtime anies will show, but the al ilit - to rome throujjh in a piiuh has i eii it three wins in these four extra-period i;ames. Alter wiiiiiitii; Inmi prarticalK ' e er ' leaclini; Heiuer iiulepemleiil (piiiitet, Colo- rado lost twojjaines to Crei ;hto!i rni ersity of Oiitaiia, but won from Phillips I ' ni- versitN ' of Knid, Oklahoma. Coloraflo dropped its first conference j;ame to W ' Nomini; I ' ni ersity, last ear " s di- visional champions, ' .iO to 22, on the C " owl)o ' court, but e ened the series the same week, winning on the SiKer and (ioid floor, 2 " ) to •■ •- Teachers proxided the opposition in the third jrame of the season. Behind until the final minute, Colorado tied the score to force the name into an e.xtra period. Bagnall and Russell went out on fouls and State lost a consideral)le light and the game as well, -M to 2,S. Colorado College pro ed no match for the SiKer and Cold on the local lloor and the Tigers dropjied a 43-42 game. Mines pro ed harii on their own tloor, but the SiKer and Cold won an o ertime game, :U to 2tj. Colorado led at half time, bin the fighting Miners tied the score when Colorado failed to make good on the jinx basket in the Oredigger g mnasium. Denver drojiped a week-end series to State, the first game another oxertimc battle in the Denxer Auditorium, 3ti to 34. The Pioneers were easier on the Boulder floor, losing 30 to 20. Aggies also fell before Colorado I ' , in another week-end series. The first game in Ft. Collins State won 31 to 21. The next night found Colorado engaged in another .McKlNl-EV MiDDI.KMIST t ' age l 9 extra-period battle, hut the Silver and Gold pulled through in the closing minutes to win its second from the Farmers. 37 to 32. Teachers were stopped easiK in [Moulder 3. " ) to 27, although Colorado failed to warm up to its task until the hnal ciuarter. Mi nes proved to be the eighth ictim of the string, losing a slow game, 34 to 19. The Colorado quintet has pro ed to be something extraordinary, and almost insolvahle for the opposition. It is a five-man scoring team with perhaps more scoring power in its guards than in two of its three offensive cogs. But those ofil ' ensive men McKinley and Bagnall, have been the life of the team in the man-to-man defense throughout the whole year. Middlemist has been the sen- sation of the team, and he has carried the team out of se eral holes. Beresford has been even more accurate than usual with his long shots, and is second to Middlemist in Colorado scoring. Russell, a forward on last year ' s team, is un- beatable at back guard, and has taken practically every rebound within reach. Russell is also a dangerous shot. Coffman has pro -en his worth, especially under the basket, and has been a scoring power in two of the o ertime games. Gamble, Curlee, Burdick, Challgren, Haley, and ' an ' alkenburgh will be excellent material for next ear. State spoiled any hopes that the Tigers might ha e had when they defeated them in a hair-raising game at Colorado Springs. As a result of this victory, ' arsity won the state title, and the right to meet Montana state champions when they will play off the Rocky Mountain conference championship. Two games were pla ed, one at Boulder, and the other at Denver. 1928-1929 BASKET-BALL SCHEDULE State vs. Creighton, at Creighton. State vs. Creighton, at Creighton. State vs. Wyoming, at Laramie. State vs. Wyoming, at Boulder. State vs. Teachers, at Greele -. State vs. Colorado College, at Boulder. State vs. Mines, at Golden. State vs. Denver University, at Denver. State vs. Denver University-, at Boulder. State vs. Aggies, at Fort Collins. State vs. Aggies, at Boulder. S tate vs. Teachers, at Boulder. State vs. Mines at Boulder. State vs. Colorado College at Colorado .Springs. Page IbO BASEBALL Pair 161 U Baseball Season, 1928 C( )L( )1 AI )( ). with a wfll-balanced nine, won the 1928 Conference Baseball Championship by taking eight of the ten conference games. Incidentally, it was the first baselialj ciiamijionship since I ' .CJO. Fi ' e State regulars were placed on the all- conference team, chosen by sport writers. " Bob " Lang, freshman hurler, pitched stead " liall all through the season. His team furnished ironclad support, howe er. and fine work in the field was a conspicuous reason for several of the victories. The team as a whole started rather weakly with the l)at, but by the end of the season. e " ery man was hitting the liall hard and ttec]uenth ' . While many of the games were hard- fnught affairs, the final game of the season with the Colorado Aggies at Fort Collins (in May 28, which cinched the champion- ship, was the l)est of all. The climax came in the ninth inning with the score tied, one and one, after eight thrilling innings. Aaron Lutz, this year ' s captain, has been offered a chance to enter professional baseball during the summer months, and as it is his last year he will undoubtedK ' take the opportunity. CH V. LM Lang SCHW.4LM Page 162 - " ■ - Tl E seasiin opened aj aiiisl the Mines at lioiililer willi State winning 5 to 1. Next followed to 5 victories over Teachers and a 9 to 2 win o er the Mines. The Aggies made thinjis look d.nk 1) - winning a har(l 4 to 2 game a few days later. The next jjame at ( ireelex with the Teachers was lost () to 5 in tile tenth iiinini;. Tiie team finalK ' recovered from this slimip and on May 18 they defeated Colorado C " ollei;e 7 to 1. The foliowint; day a 5 to 1 victor - over the same team made things look ros ' for State. May 2. , Denver rni ersit ' was defeated 10 to 1 and two da s later a 11 to 5 iclor ' () er the same team placed Colorado at the top of the standing. The t ' mal game with the .Aggies on the following Monday ended the season in .i lil.izc of glory. This was decidedK ' a Colorado year as far as baseball was concerned. Despite our slump following the defeats handed us h - Teachers and the .Aggies, the team staged a typical Colorado ralK ' and finished witli fl ing colors at the end of the season. Baseball at ' arsit - has had more or less hectic career and this is the first year in some time that a real nine has been de eloped. and from all appearances next year will see another good leani, wiili an equalK ' good record. BeRESFORI) Shcb. rt Ewixc Paft IbS Captain Aaron Lutz, catcher; Harry Shubart, shortstop; Stuart Beresford, third base; Bob Lang, pitcher; and Forrest Ew- ing, left field, were the all-conference selec- tions. Harold Schwalm, right field, Elmer Schwalni, center field, Jimm - Ra nor, sec- ond base, and Dan Kulie, first base, all pla -ed excellent games. A.iron Lutz was re-elected captain at the end ot the season. Kulie and Ra nor are the only men who will not be with the 1929 team and a prosperous season seems assured especially with several fine sub- stitutes from this year ' s team to fill in. Coach Harry Carlson in his first year as head baseball coach did much toward winning the championship. The team did not look particularly promising at the start of the season, but through his careful and efficient coaching the team developed rapidly, and b ' the end of the season, were by far the best looking team in the con- ference. State ' s .schedule for this spring is not ery difTerent from last year ' s. All that has to be done is to win ten out of the ten games to be played, and the championship is ours, and with the men that we have back and what new material we will get we are assured a good chance of winning the title again. Creedon KCLIE Pr. tor M Page I h-» TRACK PafC lt S LiPSCOMI! Davis DUKNINC Track COLORADO, wiili tlu ' l)i-st lialaiueci track team in the conlerence, made an en -iable record in 1928. The eastern di i- sion meet was captured 1) State. Captain Ldiiie Tclk, the outstanding Colorado star, was injured just before the conference meet in I)en er, ! Ia " 25. 2(1. and liu- Siher and Cold placed sixth. Ho e er in dual meets, Colorado was unbeatable. Only one meet was lost all season, and that was a triangu- lar meet between the Aggies, Den er I ' ni- Aersit ' and State at Den er on April 24. l ' ill Lipscomb, leading eastern dixision miler stumbled and fell ten ards from the tai ' .e when he was leading his opponent by se eral ards. and this slight margin cost Colorado the meet. The final score ga e • ggies 12 ' " 6 and Colorado ()!• ' ,;. Denx-er LIni -ersit ' trailed along far behind with ' ■V2 points. Colorado won the Fourth Annual Colo- rado Rehus on April 2(1 for the first time since the institution of the games at Colo- rado in 1924. Colorado teams in the two- mile, four-mile and 440 ard rela -s won first place. The 880 ard rela - team cap- tured second place, while thirds were scored in the mile and medle - rela ' races. The Relays were a success from e er stand- ijoinl. More athletes were in attendance Page 166 than I ' ll the xi-ar i)ri. ' imis tendance was also larger. .mtl iiH ' The Relays were (irgani eil in I ' . ' lM un- der the direction of Walter B. IVanklin, graduate manager of athletics at Colorado and a former star athlete on SiKer and ( ' ■old teams, Plans of the famous Drake Relays at Des Moines, Iowa, and the Penn Relaxs at Philadelphia were followed in a general w a . The Relax s ha e come rapid- ly to the fore and are gaining a reputation in the Rocky Mountain countr - similar to that held i - the eastern contemporaries in their sections. Credit for the line stiowini; of the Colo- rado team last s))ring goes in large measure to t )ach Frank iVjtts, who made his debut as head track coach at the I ' nix-ersity in 1928. Taking a sejuad of medicre men he de eloped them into a great team. A sys- tem of indoor track was inaugurated early in Januar ' with the main |)urpose of get- ting the men into condition. When the outdoor season opened. Coach Potts had a squad of men in condition capable of per- forming in midseason form for first meet. Colorado defeated Colorado College in the first meet, held in Boulder on April 1 1. scoring 04 points to the Tiger ' s 4(i. A week later State scored 102 [)oints in a triangular meet at Denver. Denver uni ersity scored 49 points and Colorado Teachers 24. C. ss Chapman ClDWORTH Page ;p- " Krutak Palmer Parker After the hard luck loss to Colorado Aggies on May 4, at Denver, State gained sweet revenge b - winning a dual meet from the aggies 79 to (il. A week later State again took the measure of the Aggies in the eastern division meet. Colorado scored 54 points while the Aggies trailed far behind with 32 . ' yoming was third with 30 points: and Denver uni ersity fourth with ' 27 ])oints. Other teams participating in the meet scored as follows: Colorado Col- lege, 17 ; Colorado Teachers, 9 ; West- ern State, 0; Colorado Mines, 0. C i[)tain Louie Telk, did great work in the hurdles and in the broad juniii. He lead the State athletes in points scored. .Al Durning in the 440 and 880 races was also a dependable winer as was Lipscomb in the mile run. Clarence Quinlan in the hurdles and ixile vault: and Darrell Hamilton in the hurdles and Ijroad juni]) were the two out- standing fesshmen who earned their spurs for the SiKer and ( " .old. Paul Krutak in the weights and high iuni|i won points cnsistentK " for Colorado. Llmer Plein in the 440 and 220 ards runs was another good man. The team was not a one man team by an ' means. The strength of the team depended upon e er ' man, for Colorado was strong in e ' ery e ent and weak in none. I Page I6S Ill tlie l()ny:-(listance races, Kilev ' Cass, liol) Rcardon, Francis Parks, and l-eRoy Smith pt-rlorincd well. Albert Palmer was ijood tor eiliier first or secoiui in the iii.uh jump in ()racticall e er meet. .Art I ' liil- worth in the 4 It) aril clash, I-rancis keai;aii ill the dashes. John Roliinson in the luirtlles. Kay Chapman in the p ole ault, Phil Berg in the 440 Nard dash and " .eor,ije Rhodes in the weights formed the balance of the Colorado team .iiid were an important fac- tor in the showini; ni.ide b Coach Potts " proteges. Track as a major sport in the Rocky Mountain conference has had more or less of a mediocre career. A great deal has been done, however, in building the sport up among college athletic circles. This slump in interest has been largeK ' due to the poor showings of the colleges in the conference in producing track men, and to the fact that with few e.xceptions the state has had few real track coaches. ' arsity this year was blessed with the appearance of a man who knows track from the beginning to the end, and his work has shown what can be done when the right kind of coaches are obtained. Cross-country racing in the Rocky Mountain conference has never been what one would call thrilling. For a number of years no attempt at all was made to hold Plein Smith SCIIW.M.M Pai.e lt 9 Reakdox Hamii.tiin or coiuUiri any conference contests of this sort. Tlien one or two were tried, luit wiili little success. A team was organized and coached at .State this year, but because of lack of funds, were unable to enter an - contest. The team, however, did ha e a cross- country race during Homecoming da ' . which ended during the half in the ( " olorado- I ' tah football tilt. State ' s prospects are good for next year in track. Krutak. Palmer, Cass, Chapman, Smith. .Schwalm. and Hamilton, will all be back. With this nucleus to woik around. C )ach Potts should ha -e but little trouble in developing a real track team. Along with these men, there happens to be a very promising class of Freshmen, who have been working all winter and b ' the beginning of the season should be well prepared to enter the field and carry ofT honors for the Silver and Gold. A state-wide high school track meet is si)onsored b - the l ' niversit ' and the Boosters club exery spring. This event is gaining popularit - with each year, and the iiimiber of schools entering is more each ear. With this growing interest in track among the high schools in the State there is bound to be an increase in the sport in years to come among the uni -ersities of the state and conference. Crnss-Coiiiilrv Jfaiii Page 170 MINOR SPORTS Pattin Wrestling «£ © ■ iaago STATE wrestlers lost the eastern division championship by a small margin. The championship was awarded on the point basis and was won by Colorado Aggies. Coach Ralph Munns had to develop new men in se eral weights, due to the graduation of stars of the 1928 championship team. He was further handi- capped by injuries of some of his men, making it necessary to shift his lineup at the last moment before the meet with Colorado Aggies of February 22, the meet which decided the championship. A meet was won from Denver L ' ni ersity 19 to 8. Teachers tied the State grapplers, each team scoring 12J points. The last meet with Aggies was lost 16 to 11, with four new men wrestling. The Aggies were awarded the championship, having scored more points than any other conference team, although they had jire- viouslv lost a meet to Colorado Teachers 16 to 13. f -«. -A f The 1929 Squad Page 17 Wrestling ■!?«0 C l ' l l Mil t) riKiM AS. U5-p(Hiiuk-r, was high-point man. winning 1. pctinis in ihe three meets. Ear! Riib- riglit, ill the 17.S-p()iinri class, won all of liis matches for a total of 11 i oints. Other awarded letters are: Nelson, 115- poinid class; Scott. 125-pound class; Hanna, 1. 5-poiind class; ' an X ' alkenlnirgh, 158-|ioimd class; and Peterson, heavyweight class. .■ t the time this hook went to press, the Colorado squad had been ictorous in se eral meets itli nihcr conference teams. Prospects for the team for next year are very promising, and with the men left over from this year ' s squad, and barring any repetitions of the luck that the coach was confronted with this year, the 1930 wrestling season should be extremely suc- cessful as far as State is concerned. Pat, 17} )wimming m E =55 ■©©■ COLORADO ' S swimming team emerged victorious in all ot the ti e dual meets in which the - partici|)ated in during the |-ast season. With Campbell, Hinderlider, CoUins. Johnson, and Stoddard doing excellent wDrk, the team was easih- the outstanding team in the eastern di ision nf the conference. Se eral new marks were made liy the team during the season. Camjiliell broke his own mark in the 22()- ard free st le in the meet with Teachers in Boulder on I ' ebruary 21, swimming the distance in 2:43.1. This mark was 5.6 seconds faster than his former time. Johnson also set a new mark in the breast stroke, in the same meet. He had made one new mark in the e ent earlier in the season, swimming the race in 3 minutes. 8.1 seconds. His new mark was 2 seconds faster. Stoddard, Hinderlider. Swartz and Campbell set a new mark in the 20(J- ard rela -, in the meet with Wyoming on January 26, lowering the old record of 1 minute .5(i 4 seconds to 1 minute 50.3 seconds. Stoddard lowered the record in the l()0- ard free st le race from 1 minute 4.8 seconds tT 1 minute 4.5 seconds in the same meet. i Tin- I ' U ' i Tram Page 174 . . S imming a Meets were won from Wyoming, Mines, Aggies and two from Teachers. ( " anipl ell was high poinl-w iniivr for the f.-am. scoring ' M points. Stoclilard was close liehiiid with 30, while Johnson made 25. Coach John H. Mason has done nuuli tn imiid an acti e and worth-while team. The presence of such an acti e coach as Mason, has made the sport of swimming one that is becoming more and more popular among the members of the Rocky Mountain Con- ference. This year ' s squad will lose very few men and, as a result, there is an excellent chance for another high-point team next ear. The sport is rapidh ' gaining su()[)ort in all of the schools in the conference, and a few years will see swimming among the most inter- esting of all the minor sports. The Iniversity has a well-equipped team, and an excellent pool in the gymnasium. Pa(,l7S Tennis ■uu ex§xa mo COLORADO U. I ' ERSITY captured second place in the conference tennis meet last spring. The meet, held at Salt Lake City, was v(in by Utah. Milstein and Russell won the doubles championship, defeating teams from Utah Aggies, B. Y. U., and Utah Uni ersit -. All three singles matches engaged in were lost. Four dual matches were engaged in pre " ious to the con- ference meet. State won 4 matches to Denver University ' s 2 on May 2. They took five of the six matches from Colorado Teachers the following Saturday. Colorado College won three matches to State ' s six on May 18. In the last of the dual meets Colorado Teachers won half of the matches on May 2L Milstein has been one of the outstanding tennis players in the Rocky Mountain conference, and has won several con- ference honors. Anderson Milstein BOSWORTU Page 176 Gxmnastics •0 g» SlAril ); " I ' l- ' l i " tlirri ' il tlio tour dual meets eiuered lliis year. Coach X ' avra had a well-balanced team headed by Captain Howard dlandon. hii;li-|H)int man of the si|uad. Cdandon i)erfornied on four pieces of apparatus during tlie season — the hii;h l)ar. tlic m.its. the parallel bars and the rings. Kight men participated in the meet. The ' are: Captain Howard Ciiandon. Hudson Rathi urii. Royal Rubright, Hean Farreil. I-Vank Peyton, Louis (Juam, ClilTord K ans and . . K. Cash. Two meets were won from Wyoming. One, held at Laramie was won i the score of 2I6V2 to 194. The other held in Boulder was won by the score of 185 to 17.t. The Ct lorado Teacher ( " ollege Team was defeated at Creeley l9o ■ to 1G0}2- A heart-breaking defeat was suffered at Fort Collins when Clifford Evans was injured in his first exercise and had to be replaced by men who were not used to the exercises in which they were entered. The final score was 234.4 to 220.0. State has an excellent chance of win- ning the Eastern Di ision meet at Boulder. Pagt 177 12 Golf 4:ts nrzDg io STATE placed second in the conference golf meet held at the el- shire Countr}- Club, Ma y 25 and 26. Sidney Keoughan captured the indi idual championship on the opening day of the meet with a score of 159 for 36 holes. The Colorado score was 40 strokes under that made by Den -er Uni ersity, who later won the conference cham- pionship. Colorado College was 70 strokes over the team score of Colo- rado. On Saturday- match play, under the Nassau s -stem, was held in which each man could make a possible six points for his team. Denver Uni ersity was winner with 22 points, State scored 13 to take second place, with Colorado College scoring 10 points for third place. (JAKDNER, TVRKEM., KoCH, R. THHUN Pase 17S I i? Intranuifcil Baseball •C«1 ! i ■ 90 Pill C.AMMA DKL ' l ' A won the intramural l)asfl)all title. Alit-r |)Uu ' inL; second to the Hetas in their dixision, the Fijis made a great comeback in the division i)la offs, winnini; all three of their ijames and capturint; the fratvrnit - chanipion- shi|). In the division pla otTs they defeated Siynia Phi Kpsilon, A. T. ()., and the Betas. Phipps, winner of the independent league, then crossed bats with the Fijis, but went down to defeat, 17 to 2. Bird pitched excellent ball for the Fijis in the last three games, holding the opposing batters in check. Within the past few- years, these five-o ' clock sunrise combats have been growing in popuIarit - until they are much looked for, and the announcement of the schedules can be taken as a sure sign that spring has come. Patt IJf OlANDER, AlREI.lUS Moore. Carlscv, Smith Reagan, Thomas, Spencer, Bird Intramural Basket Ball «o®« sasa SO SIC;MA phi EPSILON won the basket ball championship of the school during the 1928 season. They won the Division 1 title and defeated the Kappa Sigma team in the play-off. The Kappa Sigs had previously tied with the Chi Psi team, for the Division 2 title. The Chi Psis were defeated in the p!a --off after the close of the regular season by the Kappa Sigs. The F " ourteeners easiU ' won the independent title meeting the Sig Hps for the intramural championship. The game was a hard-fought battle, with Sigma Phi Epsilon finally emerging as the ict( ' r b - the score of 21 to 16. The game was close most of the wa -, but the winners ])ulled into a 6-point lead a few moments before the gun sounded. All hopes of six-o ' clock dinner hours are shattered when the intra- mural liasket ball season opens. Pledges, members, and their best girl friends attend these thrilling exhibits of fraternit ' prowess. Pk, tok, McC ' oNNELi., Warnick Blcklaxd, Manning, Kinney, Swedlind Page ISO Mjk Inti ' nnuif I Touch-Ball PHI KAPPA TAT won the touch hall fraternity chani|Mon- ship, tieing w ith the Foiirteeners from the school chaiiiijion- ship. There were three dixisions of fraternity teams. Phi (lamma Delta. Sigma Phi ICpsilon and ! ' lii K.ippa Tan were the winners. In the i)lay-off for the frateriiitN title, the I ' iii (ianis won from the Sig Eps who were in turn defeated 1) tiie Phi Taus. The game between the Phi dams and the Phi Taus was a real battle all of the way. The Phi Cams broke up the spectacular Phi Tau passing game, time and again. Finally with but two minutes to go " Curlie " Sctilupp place-kicked a field goal from a (lifticult angle, winning ttie game for his team. A gentleman ' s football game, played in wiiat used to lie old Gamble field. Sure, they get rough, but no one is e er knocked out — at least purposely. Patt I SI n,Li. M . Ill . r, .Si 111,1 IT T.M.LEY, MaLCHOW, ClDWORTH, BeNNEWITZ. SpANCLER. KaNE Maher. Walters, .Armstrong. Cisheniierg. IIitchcixk UIUJM Intramural Track c zmim PHI GAMMA DKLTA won the intramural track meet by scor- ing 663 2 points, more than twice as man - as the Delts, second- place winners. They captured four first places; four seconds; six thirds; four fourths; and two fifth places to win the meet. Wolft won the hammer throw with a hea e of 96 feet 5 inches. Stark captured the mile run in 5 minutes and 1 second, while Spencer won the pole ault. The Phi Gam relay team also romped in ahead of all opponents to capture first. A great deal of interest is aroused among the Greeks when the intramural track season opens. It is always indicated by a sudden and conscientious diet on the part of certain brothers who never think of dieting any other time. Wol.FK. St. kk. Carlson, Smith. I$. (,nall, Russell Spencer, Bister, Ludy Paget S2 Intramural Softball «0®la Mi s != SO KAPPA SKiMA won eleven and lost Init iwo games to ca])ture the intramural kitt hall championship. Their hea y hitting was pcrhajis the greatest feature of their pla -. Several Kappa Sigma batsmen swung a mean hat anti home runs were frecjuent. The ' won nine of their ten games in second division and then captured two of the three games with the Delts, winners of the first di ision title. They then defeated the " Four- teeners, " champions of the Independent League for the title. Playground ball for bo s is another name for this kind of baseball. A lot of friendly riv airy is aroused, and the brothers always rise to the occasion with appropriate cheering and jeering. Kellev, Seivers, Obenchain, Loughman I.A Salle. Cawlev. Kelly Braddock. Holdex, Wicks, C.rabow Pan IS} Page ' JS4 WOMEN ' S SPORTS Poet iss Women ' s Athletic Association o Maxine Melu President ' smi under t i-e, hear e, one and all! Co-ed athletics the direction of Miss Clare Small, head of the gym department, and her able assistants, have covered an interesting and unique ear. The Women ' s Athletic Association which spon- sors the entire retinue of actixities, consists of a board composed of officers and heads of sports, and is sponsored by Miss Jenette Stein, instructor in the physical education dejxirtment. Intramurals, made up of sororit ' and independent teams, open the sports in the fall and are held through- out the -ear in the major sports. This year W. A. A. will place an intramural plaque award in the main hall of the women ' s gymnasium. On this plaque the names of all championship teams will be recorded. THE WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNXIL . Stronc, Ml I. MX, Mil. IS, Nelson, ( ' .k i. u-;k, Si ' kingstkkn lIoi.incRNKss, WrntMVKE, Roche, Wolcott, Pollard, Patterso.n, Hcnte Paf.c IS6 M.iii .uiivitii ' ?. are iiulu(kHi in the program of the Athletic Association for the ear. The Fresh fry in the fall for all new i;irls interested in sports is held at ChautaiK|ua. Diirini; winter (|uarter a house part - is held, and in the spring there is the hit;h school conference, which is held cver ' ear at the rni ersit -. This is for outstandinj; girl at hletes of state high schools. Then comes the annual college play-day w hich is usualK ' a field day. Last year this event was held at the University of ' oming, and several records were made 1) " wearers of the silver and gold. (ireeley will act as hostesses for the pla - day of ' 20 which will take place during the latter part of Ma -. W . . . A. awards a " C " sweater for one thousand points. A big " C " for 600 points, and a pin for 800 points, umerals and bars are gi en for all tirst teams. Squads are first chosen in each sjjort lor which 25 points are given; and from these the first teams are picked, members of which are awarded 100 | ()ints. A girl may participate in iuit one sport each quarter, howe -er |)oints are also gi en for class attendance and hikes. II Patt IS7 Hockey HOCKEY, as the major fall sport, holds a superior place in the esti- mation of the co-ed athletes on the campus. This year ' s championship is still undecided as a three-cornered tie re- sulted between the Freshman, Sopho- more, and Junior-Senior squads. The race in the intramural tourna- ment also ended in a tie lietween the Kappa Kappa Gammas and the Pi Beta Phis. To the left arc a few pictures of the leaders in hockey. Bottom are a few of the outstanding players. Basket Ball TlIK annual tournaments in l)()th intra- ilass and intramural l)askct ball marked an exiMtinj; cpi)ch. Sophomores of the class of 1980 walked a va ' with the championship after playing the juniors to a close score of 22-21. Intramural laurels were claimed b - the Cat ' s Pajamas who won eight straight games, bowing to defeat at no time. The decisive contest was won from the I ' li- conquerable Si. . Right: Some of the girls show how a basket is thrown. Bottom: The team. Pagf IS9 Volley Ball THE Freshman class won the olle - ball championship from the Sopho- mores by winning two straight games with a close score, two out of three sets being the deciding factor. Though classed as one of the minor sports, volley ball pro ides as much interest and excitement as an ,- one of the major fall sports. Ltfl: Beulah ittemyer and some ol the girls stop playing long enough to pose for this picture for the 1929 Coloradoan. Bottom: The winning team, and how tliey chortle oxer their victory.. Track T1 . ( " K ies with baseball amoii! ilic sport enthusiasts for a ilerinile cure to spring fc er. As it is the main e enl held at the animal o)llei;e pla -d.i . much interest is taken 1) ' ciiuler co-eiis to break ami set new records e er ' ear. The main e ents are the fifty and hundred- ard sprints, si t -lne ard hurdles, ruimini; broad jump, hii.;]! jum|) and baseball throw. Right: Who said that girls didn ' t make good athletes. These V. . . A. track stars show- how it is done. Maxine Meloy is the girl in the center. Bottom: Stars of the W. . . . . tcanisct ready for a run. Pafc 191 1 N - 1 Swimming PORPOISE Club, founded but a year ago by ele en feminine tanksters. now boasts a memliership of se enteen. Its main purpose is to promote swimming among the women of the University, and the highest quaUfications are required to become a member. Try-outs are held i)nce e ery quarter throughout the year. A varsity telegraphic triangle ineet w ith Smith College and the l ' ni -ersit%- of Iowa marked the beginning of a unique swimming tournament in ' 28. Two similar meets were also held with State Teachers and Aggies. The Kappa Kappa Gammas defeated the Aljjha Chi Omegas for honors in the annual intramural meet. - .■ Bernice Bunte and the swimming team. Botlom: The Porpoise Club, a V. A. . . swim- ming club, founded a year ago. and now one of the exclusive acti itics of the . .A. .A. I ' i Pafe 192 - rchci " v r AMONC. the iiuiiiT ro-ed athleiics 1- are .ircherN , tennis, deck tennis, and hiking. Archery, although still in its in- fancy, is fast drawing a large luimhcr to its ranks. This year no competition was furthered in this sport. liowe er, class teams and intramural teams will he established next tall. The championship fall tennis match had to be postponed due to inclement weather, and Junior class claimed the laurels in the deck tennis tournament. W. .A. A. awards a |)oiiii for every mile for hikes not less than h e miles. While there is not a regular women ' s hiking club, much enthusiasm in this outdoor sfMirt is in eN ' idence. Right: The Tennis team, a hike, and two mem- bers of V. .A. A. Bottom: A few of the girls show how the Indian made the bow and arrow famous. Pate 19) . ■-- Cobiljee C( )BILJEE — The masquerade-dance frolic for co-ed athletes — is the magic word of the Women ' s Athletic Association. I ' nder their super ision this e " ent is held in the women ' s g m- nasium during the spring quarter. Al- though last ear was its first appearance, Cohiljee will henceforth be an outstand- ing tradition. A prominent Junior is appointed manager of the mascjuerade, and in all ])rol)al)ilit ' it is she who will be elected to the office of president of W. A. A. for the following term. Left: The event of all e eiits — the V. . . A. Cohiljee. One of the faculty in the depart- ments of physical education for women. Two girls who were stars of the frolic. ( )rit;inality — a track star, a wild woman, and an oriental doll. Page 194 Varsit - ' clls iic.iii ' : IK ill I ' iK.irr: Fight! ( ' . I . down the field — C r. musi win! Fight! Fight for victory, ( ' . r. knows no defeat, Wi ' ll roll up a niiiiht ' score. . c er gi e in ! Slionlder (o shoulder c will IK .irr: i-iciri ' ik .hi ' ! SINGING COLOR l)i ) rO-LO-RA-DO-0-0-() C()-L0-RA-I)()-O-() C-0-L-O-R-A-i)-0 C-O-L-O-R-A- !)-(). S-s-s-s-s-s Boom. C-O-L-O-R-A- D-O. Ray Colorado. (■( U.t iRAlx » Ml »r. N i:i.L (Begins with a whisper and increases to a roar) Section L wish -washy, wishy-washy, wishy-washy Section 2. Bubble, bubble. bubi)le, bubble Section 3. walla, walla, walla, walla, walla Sss-s-s-s-s-sss Boom! Colorado. Blue, Barnes, Beakh, NhhK Pat ' 195 t m Varsity Cheers and Cheer Leaders asaB ©0» GLORY COLORADO Colorado Varsity comes marching on the field, Colorado Varsity comes marching on the field, Colorado Varsity comes marching on the field, Colorado ' s bound to win. Chorus: Cilor , (ilory, Colorado, Glory, Glory, Colorado, Glor% ' , Glory, Colorado, Hurrah for the Silver and the Gold. COLORADO -r " Colorado " C " Colorado " U " Colorado " tj " Oooooooo " U " Colorado (Repeat) COLORADO FIGHT Colorado Fight, Colorado Fight, Fight, Fight, Colorado, Fight. Bn E. eff, Beard, Barnes Page 196 u ACTIVITIES Book V 1929 mv PUBLICATIONS r-agt 197 The 1929 Coloradoan s SO COLLEGE days live forever in the Annual, " so our manager tells us. And so it has been our desire to make this olume of the Coloradoan one that reflects the e enis that lia e happened (liiriiig the ' ear. " If we h.[(l it all to do over again — . " This time-wDrn |)hrase makes an excellent alibi in an ' I H j _ M case, and we are sure that with further ex[)erience Hr C B we could make the Ixjok far better than we realK- W J belie -e it is, and, confidentially, we think it is the P H best that has been published. We mourn with those who paid for pictures and do not find them in the annual; or those who forgot to pay their class dues: or those who find themselves Juniors when they should be Seniors; or those who ditin ' t belie e that the editor meant December 1st. These things happen e -ery year; we usually tr to blame them on the manager, and failing in that take the blame oursehes. Oh yes, we hope that you like the book. C. E. ] h Nsox Editor The Colortittoan Office Pane I9S The Coloradoan m " a eo Editorial Slatf Hki i:n Mii.i.rcR R. MoRRES Hdisinc.ton Morris Hecox n. RRi;i,l. SWAYZK . ( " ■KORl.INA WlllTMORE . Richard Lynch ArTHI R nAl.LINO Norma Mitciikli, . Caroline Wagner Doi.orks Plestkd James Cottreu, Associate Editor Associate Editor Class Editor Athletics Editor U: A. A. Editor Feature Editor Organizations Editor . Typist Typist . Typist Art Editor Managerial Staff Uarulu Fuku Manager Norman Baker . Herman Sweulund Dean Farreli. Kenneth W hitkman Betty Tamflin Eleanor Bartindale Advertisina Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Organizations Manager Publicity Office Manager mmw Baker. Bartindale.,. I ' arrei.i. Hecox, Moisinc.ton. Lynch. Mii.i.ek Mitchell, Swavze, Swedlu.nd, Ta.mplin Pate I " i mn Coloradoan X§)(5 Il IJg O Editorial Dolores Plested Marie Johnson Amy Wetzlar Virginia ' ati:rhouse Josephine Meininger Dick Bostwkk ' erne Reckmver Harry Hari.and Edwin Pomranka Managerial William Butler Frank Saner Eddie DuVail Daisy Marie Little Carol Gilbert C. Vincent AIcFadden James McDowell Jack Leffingwell Edward Moise Dannette Morrow i Hdisington, MtFAODKN, Hkcox, Moisk, Ford MiTTLER, Karrki.l, KRlil-Ki:, Baker Mii.i.KK, ( ' .ii.HERT, Farmer, Pumranka, Hrown, W ' hueman MrxsoN, SwEDLiNi). Rkide. Swavze, Mostwick, McDowell, Santer, Tamplin Mitchell, Bartindale, Morrow, W ' hitmork, Wagner, Harris, Waterhoise I ' age 200 Coloradoan Key t i i ZZD Tl 1 II Coloradoan Ke ' is awarded every year to those mem- licrs of the Coloradoan staff who have displa cd ex- ceptional ability in their work. Al)ilii to carry out work assigned and general editorial acti it ' are the basis for the awards, which are given upon the recommendation of the Editor by the Board of Publications. Wearers of the Key Dwvns D. McKkan Slll-.KMAN M. WaLROD Sam T. Taylor ClIARLF-S MlNSON Kl.LKN DONNKIXY Thelma Hultin Rl II AKII IIilI.DERNESS Page 201 The Silver and Gold «e ■a( T ' HE only indispensable publication on the campus -The Silver and Gold. Twice a week it carries to the students news of coming events, stories of past happenings, spiced with feature material which its e " er-alert reporters have gathered along the man - walks of campus life. Its work is never done; when one issue is sent to the press, it is time to start on the next issue — in order that the campus may continually and promptly be apprised of all that is done within its boundaries. The Silver and Gold is the publica- tion of the students, by the students and most of all, for the students. No group too small, no organization too large to receive its deserved attention in the columns of the paper. Its aim is to portray the life of the campus as it is li ed, while it is li ed. To that end the staff has worked long, hard, and often ver ' late. The fondest hope of ever - man identified with The Silver and Gold is that the paper has achiexed a measure of success in its ambition. Cl. rexce Stewaki Editor The Silver and Gold Office Page 202 SiKcr and Gold ' ST ' o ■l C Editorial Board Al.HKKT B. l.Ot.AN Hill 1?K ' |i|)i 11 K AsTKiu Hi;kg ROHKKI l.l)!) i:V ZONKR RoI.LKR . JaMICS n. I? K Xnvs Editor Sports Editor Women ' s Editor Failure Editor Desk Assistatii Desk Ass is Ian! Colin Hkrshev Bill Isaacson . Kmmktt Melcmkr MaRJORII-: (ilHIinNS, Clark ( " .rrrixcs . Rt)iii:RT Ricwu K C. R. Sava(;k ClIAPIN CaRNKS CiiLUKRT Panni:haki:r Sprcia! Staff |i;an Antle Business Staff Louis Stark Manag er Columnist Cartoonist Medic Correspondent Exi han es Assistant Manager A dvertisiii ' Ma nager Circ ulation Manager Solicitor Solicitor Berg. Braddock. Lor.AN. Flescher, Hershev LooNEv, Rewick. Roller. Savage Pate 20 i Silver and Gold Special Writers James Stratton Florence Reide Amy ' i;tzi,ar ago Fcdturc Writers Ralph Radetskey W. H. Robinson Maurice Kimmel Jean Antle ]] ' ()}iic)i ' s Staff Jessie Carmichael Pauline Sayler Margaret Smith Josephine Meininger Dorothy Farmer Jean Spangleberger Sara Folsom Sylvia White Harriet Burton V ' iRGiNiA Risley General News Sam Tatarsky William Sullivan Dick Beatty Harley Murray Rf.illrv, Havs, Robinson, Carnes Pannicbakicr, Gitting, Savage, Reinck Page 204 — " ■ ' Order of the Sci-oll TlIK Ordt-r dI the Scroll is an honorary society founded in 1907 and composed of members of the staffs of the Silver and ( " .old who have disp!a ed unusual ahilit - and interest in their work. The ke s are awarded through the Board of Publications upon the recommendation of the editor. Faculty Members Colin B. GoonvKooNTZ Zell F. Mabee Moiibers Harkv Huwlett S. Testitor Taylor Paul Osborne WlLLL M Ll,OVI) Lewis Barnum Clarence Stewart AsiiFORi) Tyler AsTRii) Berg Colin S. Hersiiey LeRoy Keller Bernard Flesiier Pati 20i Colorado Engineer ©(«■ ssi ©0» r T HAS lieeii the purpose of the staffs to include in the magazine even ' thing of interest to the engineer- ing student bod - and to the alumni. The major articles are written by alumni, 1) ' facuU - memliers, and by students. The majority of these articles are of technical nature; ho ve " er. one or two each issue are of human interest. An alumni section containing up-to-date notes about all graduates appears in each issue. In the March issue of each year is included a complete alumni director -. Another section of the magazine is devoted to campus news, the contents of which include news of all engineering societies, honor- ary fraternities and activities of the engineering school as a whole. One of the most interesting columns is the Oil Can. " Dumb " sayings in the class- rooms are recorded in this column, and the author is awarded an ajipropriate oily prize. Co er illustrations and the cartoons in the alumni section are drawn entirel - by students. Much credit is due Professors W. Otto Birk and W. C. UuXall who have sponsored the magazine for the past several years. Professor Birk is ad iser for the editorial staff, and Professor DuVall for the managerial staff ' . Both the editorial and managerial staffs are made up of members of the engineering student bodv. George Fhilpott Editor Coiiii ' itlo I ' .nninitr (ij itf Page 20 The Colorado Engineer e Editorial Stalf GEORr.K M. rilll.l ' ol T Prof. V. Otto I ikk David McLkan CiLHNN MlKIMIV J. T. Frc.iTT ClL KlU.RKN Emmktt Hi;iti.i:k Editor Faculty Advisor Alumni Editor Ncii ' s Editor Art Editor Exclniiiiic Editor Special Writer Managerial Staff Paul F. Turxirk Prof. W. C. Divai.l jok powkrs . Harold Sheda Eir.F.M-: I ' Al 1.1 . I I KNLKli Business Manager Business Manager Faculty Adi ' isor . Assistant Manager Advertising Manager Ass ' t Advertising Manager Waltkk Mikkiwi Circulation Manager McLe. n Ml.KKI.VM MURPHV Tj f 207 The Colorado Dodo 3$ © " ■ a@ Lh Rov Keller Editor Colin S. Hershey DuANE Wilson Amy F. Wetzlar liditorial Board Robert McLaughlin John Nunes Associate Editor Contrihiiting Editor Piiblicitv Art Board Max ' a vter William Isaacson Jay Fugitt Excliaiii e Editors BoxNiBEL Sutherland Betty Merrick Contributors X ' iRGINIA DaNNENBAUM Jo Emily Meininger Dannette Morrow W. H. Robinson Pauline Saylor Tlie Dodo Office Pate 20S The ( )l()!-acl( nocio jiCi m F ■BpSSftBlJO Managerial Staff Carroi.I, (JiLBiiRT . Assistant Manager Ji) Kmii.v Mi i ini.i:k . Assistant Mana ' jer Businrss Staff Cii:xi:vii;vic Johnson " Danni-ttk Mirrcw Hklen Askling Wai.ticr Brown Alice Schrepkerman Hakkv Siu hart Alva Taylor Frances West Circti atioii HsTHER Anderson I r.RAVi !•; Smith MaKIIC MlSEY IClizahetii Hamilton Mar(;aki;t Brvdln RcTii Ruth Flint . Ai.iiiKN D. W i-. i SfCretanal Manager (iRACicv Weaver Ruth Flint Sales Staff RiTii Furlong Fsther Anderson DoRoiiiv Heklin Klixabeth Friend ( " ■RACE S( iiroeder Anita Petit Florenc E Reide Kmily Calkins Betty Roiunson Meiniscer Pjjtf 209 CiILBERT Weaver NUXES Mershev X ' awter Smith 14 The Window ■ § ■ BJiO THK WINDOW was established on the cam])us three ears ago by a group of students whc were interested in creati -e writing, its original function being that of a mouthpiece for the group. Its founders soon realized the possibilities of a larger enture, howe er, and decided to issue a quarterly magazine which would be open to out- side contributions of the requisite literar ' merit. For two ears, the publication appeared as a pri ate enterprise, soon establishing a reputation for itself as an adequate medium for student ex- pression in original prose, poetrw and art. In the spring of 1928 the magazine was recog- nized b ' the A. S. l C. as an ofhcial publication. Since that time it has steadily widened its scope and its intluence, and has taken its place on the campus as a trul}- represen- tati e student publication. K. THERiNE Buckles Editor OsnoKNE McC. ' VRTY Page 21 G The Window K ' sss- =!(§0 Editorial Staf WM r Ji:. N OSHOKM. . 1 ssociate Editor m L l Wilson MiCaktv Associate Eililor m i ri RonicRT li. n.w IS Art Editor U M. 1 " i:r i-: Wi:i:i) Special Writer J w ' M Kathry.v Bfnnett Assistant H W M FORHI-ST BkNSON Assista)il H fl Marion- Diamond Assistant ■ i.m Thomas an Uuki.i;n Managerial Staff Manager Florence Rikde Assistant Ma nailer Irene Tobi s . Assistant Ma nailer Samikl Ratiivon Assistant Mana ' cr HAKKiin Bi KTttN Assistant Manager Rl Til (KISS MAN Assistant Mana ' cr Alma McN. 1.1, Assistant . fa nailer CiioK i: I.. } " l.l.IOT Assistant Ma nailer Will IA I W Ml IE Assistant Manager RlEDE Tobias Benson PjftZIl Page 21 2 PLATFORM and DRAMA Pate in Debating «S (S)(H N i T i TjrrrD gO THIS ear, lor the first time, the InU-ersity has had no debates for decisions. In man ' of the debates, the audience has been pro ided with Ijallots to ascertain public opinion on the question debated, and to see how the opinion is changed by the discussion. In previous years, the Missouri V ' alley Conference has used decisions, I)ut the Conference is this ear onK ' infornialK- conducted without decisions. The season began Januar - 17, with a debate here against the rni ersit - of California on the question, " Resol ed, That this house appro es the ratification by the Senate of the Kellogg-Briand peace pacts. " Colorado was represented on the negati e by Charles Beise and Albert E. Whitehead. The audience voted for the negative side of the question. Sunday evening, February 3, Colorado debated with a team trom Occi- dental College, Los Angeles, California, before the congregation of the Methodist Church. The question was, " Resolved, That a substitute for trial by .iur ' should be adopted. " The audience clearh- fa ored the affirmative side of the c]uestion. Colorado was represented by Royal Rubright and Sidney Hacker for the nega- ti ' e. The following e ening, Colorado debated a team trom the L ' ni ersity of Pittsburgh, in the Little Theater on the campus. The same question was used. Norman Baker, (irant Stanwood and Milton Badger upheld the affirmative for Colorado. By a slight margin, the audience fa ored the retention of trial by jury. ( )n Tuesday, February 19, a team from Colorado will debate the l ' ni ersit - of oming at Laramie on trial by jury. There will be no decision. I ' KOK. RlSSELL XlLES D.WTON McKean Page 214 •C ®»5 g»C CI i| ( )ls 1 )i ) anil DiMuer will joiiuK entertain the Colorado Conference li ' l riMr 22, 23, and 24, in Boulder and Denver. Teachers, .- ggies. Western State, Deiuer and Colorado will he represented. Kach school may send ti e teams. The question will be on trial i y iur ; then ' will lie no decisions. The debates will be held before arious kinds of audiences: Church grou|)s. women ' s clubs, ser ice clubs, and others. During spring acation, Colorado will send two teams on extended debate tours. Dne team will go south through I ' e.xas. Louisiana, . rkansas. and Okla- homa. On this trip, the will debate with Southern Methodist at Dallas, the I ' niversity of Texas at Austin. Louisiana State College at Shre e|3ori, the College of the Ozarks at Clarkesville, the L ' ni ersit - of .Arkansas at Fa ette ille. The other team will go east as far as St. Louis. ( )n this trip, debates ha e been arranged with Kansas Aggies at Manhattan, tiie Cniversity of Kansas at Law- rence, the Cnixersity of Missouri at Columbia, St. Louis l ' ni ersit -, Washington Cni ersit , Creighton rni ersit - and Cni ersity of Nebraska. The same questions will be debated which are being debated in noulder After spring acation, Colorado expects to entertain in Boulder, Oklahoma, Utah, Ba lor, and .Ariztjua. The c|uestion of trial b - jur - will be used with Utah and Baylor. The debate with .Arizona will be on liie Russian |)lan for immediate and total disarmament, and the debate witii ( )klahonia on tiie (luestion of chain-store combinations in business. Page 21 5 Ki-.i;ii. Ki iiKK.HT. KiiNNEDV, Rkillv, ULI.-b; Stanwood, B. ker, Issacsox, O ' Connor Logan, . ' Vshton. W. ;, Hacker. Schwabenland Players Club j ®«a ■ailO Bill Hagnv Mable Gaiser Jeaxette Parker Officers President Vice-President Seer eta r v- Treasu rer Members John Holt Mable Gaiser Grant Staxwood BoxxiBEL Sutherlaxd Naxcy Fixch Dox Griffin- Merrill Beckwith Harry Shubart Dorothea Baird Wm. Hagny Margaret Williams Robert Middlecamp Virginia Tedford Colin Hershey Grayce Smith Frances Pulliam Anita Pettit Bob Burbaxk Maury Witcher Chester Hanson Harold King Josephine Bennett Arthur Bradfield Herman Swedlunu Edwin Leary Eyelyn Sheets Jeanette Parker John Babcock Smuii, WiKiiKK, 1Ia(;nv Hanson, Bvrbank, Bradley. Kino. Sltherland Gaiser, Stanwood. Parker, Swedhnd. Bennett Petit, SmnART. Cistance, Bahcock, Williams Page 216 Players Club «c «iUi«r- !»JO CI l l 1 imII upon lurt.iin rail ina - he taken 1) ' the Players ( ' liih lor its presentations of the past ear. A basket niii;ht even he aclded for success- fully };etting a uni ersit ' audience to a|)preciate a serious drama, which it did when it gave for the senior play of 1928 Andreyeu ' s He Who Gels Slapped, under the able direction of the Club ' s Sponsor and Director, Edward J. West. When the curtain on the Homecoming Play was raised, the audience enjoyed a metliexal farce, The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, b - Anatole France, which was clever without being trite, humorous without being common. The conied - was preceded h - The Washliib, an original adaptation by Director West, which con uIsed the house. An actor is not an artist unless he celebrates his success with a |)art . The Players Club is no excejition. It danced and cheered at the second annual Artists ' Frolic, given on the Macky stage just before the Thanksgiving recess. Realizing that the success of a theatrical production does not rel - wholly on the actors, but on the people behind the scenes, the Club has extended member- ship to those who stage, manage and costume the i)la s. P. RKER H.M.NV Gaiser P,igt 217 ...J l. ' y. Play Adventurers ca a i»Mr i ii iiii ' iBBiaf lJa ail irffl i r i MM iiii rr ii i ii r ii i ii • ' • - Tsm miasgc THK ninth season of the rni -ersit - of Colorado Little Theater came to a close in the spring quarter of 1927-29 with the pro- duction of a niceh ' aried program made up of a farcical absurdit -. " Double Deamon, " by A. P. Herbert, a prize play of the British Drama League; a Biblical traged -, " Jezebel, " by Dorothy Stock- bridge; and an original Colorado pla -, a fantastic satire, " The Kin ' s Enemy, " by Louise Clason, ' 28. Acting honors for work in the group were carried off b ' Helen Locks. Esther Svoboda, Mable Gaiser, and Reuel Boss. The Little Theater finished with this group its first season under its new title of " The Play Ad enturers, " actors and audience ad enturing together. The tenth season of the group began in the fall (juarter with an unusual offering in a re i al of T. W. Robertson ' s three-act comedy, " Caste, " a play of ' ictorian England, originally written in 1867. This venture was an inno ation in being the first long play presented by the Pla - Adxentureis. and in including as members of the cast the directing stafT, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Wolle, and Mr. West, of the Department of English Literature. The directors, playing the comed - roles, were supported b - MoUie Lee Beresford, Bonnibel Sutherland. John Holt and Joe Botelman. The winter quarter group this ear included Harr - Kem ' s poetic tragedy of medieval Florence, Boccaccio ' s " lintold Tale, " a spectacular play: and two comedies, A. A. Milne ' s social duologue, " The Artist, " and Charles Lee ' s " Mr. Sampson. " another prize pla " of the British Drama League. The Pla - Ad enturers is a self-supporting organization, sponsored b - the Department of English Literature under the chairmanship of Dr. (icorge F. Rexnolds. and enlisting the aid of all students interested in an - branch of production. Men ' s Glee C:iLib ■e ' SSf O ' Ai.icxAXDER Grant Va1 TKR SlllWAHKNI.ANI ' Frank Rk harh Clydk Ki.i.iorr Gkor(.i-: W ' li.i.isTON Director . President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian Pianist First Tenor r,. BlTl.KR J. Kt.I.IOTT J. Hamilton E. HlBKR H. Sen I HART E. ' ani)i:riu RG R. Hazlktt First Bass G. Miller R. HlLLIGOSS W. McCarty K. Lynch Members R. ClRTIS L. Bkavers H. ClMMINGS C. Elliott P. RlTTF.RSI ' ACH B. RlTTERSI ' ACII V. SCIIWABENLANO ' . HrrnicofK Second Tenor D. Beach I.. ( .1 1 dman C . 11in ingi-:r G. Kkkton F. Ruhaki) G. Samson R. Skring E. Suri ' i-: Second Bass S. WOOTER C. Hay V. Hkrndon M. Loi ' v.y M. RlTNKY j. Snow L. Hatil way R. Fkiicni) W. COWLES NkCvKn. Snow. M;kin .. t .KANT. Kn ikk-iai ii. Has Elliott Hitchcock. Klliott. C. Herni.on. IIii.i.k.oss. ..kten. Lvxch PiTSFV Rf.CKARI). Ml BER. BeA H. SrllWAUKM.AMl. HATHAWAY Bewek- Shipe C.iLDMAN. Samson. Rittkrsi ach. Ma let. Cimmixgs Lope . Keetox. Miller. Hi v in ' I r. Frikni). anderiurg Pu r - ' " Women ' s Glee Club Officers Frances Miujkan Jean Brlnner Margaret Thorpe President Secretary Librarian Bessie Marie Africa Dorothy Anderson Josephine Antoine Anna Marie Bittner Lois Brown Jean Brinner Marie Bisey Opal Coons Hazel M. Downs Phyllis Dunham Alicia Eames X ' irc.inia Ellet Dorothy A. Evans Frances Finch Ruth Flint Eleanor Fry Marguerite Fry Johanna Hansen Harriet Hill Elizabeth Harton Katheryn Kemp Edith Lugenbill Ruth Knight Menihers Dorothy McCarthy Georgina McNally Louise Newbald Olive Miles Helen Reybald Florence Riede Frances Millikan Ethel Robinson Marian Rodell Helen McMechen Katherine Schmitt Gertrude Shoemaker Margaret Thorpe Virginia Taylor RuGiAN White Sylvia Whitacre Elaine White Lucille Wilson Gwenceth Winters Vera Woodbury Doris Weedenhamer Helen Zunkeller Dorothy Tennis LvRY Fulton Ruth Stoeckly Elvera Geli.enthiere Allie Brown Clark Muriel Robuck Helen Tracy Betty Adams 1NL ry Adams CoRwiN Fairbairn N ' irginia Robertson Fern Lane Dorothy Huffman Lola Belish Jean Buehler Elizabeth Trant Edith L RTIN Barbara Custance Ruth Taylor SvDNiA Rogers Helen Birchell Josephine Tucker D irothy Karns L RY Lakin Page 210 K- f rnixL ' isiiy Little Sytnphony Orchestra First Violin ElI AHETH Kt.OTSCHE Weiistkr Mrs. Ben Walker Mrs. Hazel Moore IrVIM. I.IM.MAM K.MERUK III HER, JR. Elizabeth Plattner Harriet Rirtox Mr . Elmore M. Connolly WaLL.XCE SOITHERLANI) J. M( Kee Viola P. Specht F. B ROM as Trumpet C. E. BlCLER Donald Hays Cello Richard Everett ALirL Eames M ILDRED Er.C.EllROTEN Evelyn Wolcott CIdrimI Emmert Jensen " irgil rosenberoer Ledvard Ticker Ohoe Rohert Casey Double Bass E. I. Field Tyinpani Pail Chambers Director Prof. Horace Jones Second Violin Kenneth Bender Ikmacard Wakeham .SiE Moore Norma Miti hell Ernest Koitrik Wm. Lester Chester Ingle Lot ISE Tr. cy Doris Hiddleston E. Ramely Mary Lakix Hazel Ec.c.ebroten [•:lma PlI.TZ Francis Schwexdemans Horn Leonard Sheridan Burton Golforb Flute JamE ' TiLDEN Poii 221 University Band «C ®( " a©i A. T. UliNRV, JK. Director Trumpets Charles Bh.ler Dick Ryan Sherman Walrod Roys Arnold William Elliott Richard Everett Donald Hays Frank Saner Frank Jircheck A Itos Harold Speer Leonard Sheridan Barton Galfori! .Marvin Halldorson Clarinets Dean Stoddard Walter Merriam Archie Camp Caesar Sebastian Blair Ritterspach Claide Ritchie Robert Rewick James Cottrell Morris Hoisington Lawrence Keltz Pail Hile Franklin Watkins Philo Baimgartner Clyde Nettleton Saxophones Rex Blackwell Philip Rider Ed Spiegleman Lloyd Jensen James Connors Clifford Hartman Raymond Appel Karl Joehnck Trombones Clark Gore Robert Hetherington Carlton Long Donald Anderson Clifford Colling Richard Ryan Manager Baritones CiEoRGE Gore Charles L DD0CK Basses Merlin Spencer James McDowell Lester Thimpfhy Drums Gail Courtwright Jack McKee Leland Ray Drum Major Thomas B. Williams ' ui- Boosters Club Operetta m --:;--Js. ;.v J50 TMK annual o|}eretta of the Boosters Club for 1929 met with the best success that has been know n for the Boosters Club productions for some time. " Sirens of the Sea " was the apjiealiiit; title of this year ' s production, and throui h the excellent direction of Professor Francis W ' olle, and his associates, the production met with a hearty approval. Harold King and Maurice C.reenspoon managed the production and for the first time the managers ha e been able to announce a successful year. " Sirens of the Sea " was first given at the University a number of years ago, and was recei ed with such enthusiasm that it was decided to revamp it and present it again. One of the outstanding scenes in the production was a scene en- titled a " Rhapsody in Blue. " The music for the operetta was arranged by Howard Beresford, who has arranged the musical scores for past productions. The 1920 operetta was a success, and will be remembered in the minds of the student body as one of the successful acti i- ties of the Boosters Club. Poge 223 Page 114 u COLORADO WOMEN Book 1 1929 BEAUTIES zysCiss AHcc Schrcpfcr})hi)i t z SCiss ' Dorthcii £ Buird i zysCiss J js Q. ' BrozvN I i ysCiss CI c Liu or Qiistciucc Charles " Bludv " Rogers I w K f zJ Oss . ' Jolniso)] J f .r.r Qlhirlottc 6: Qilp SORORITIES Past 241 Pi Beta Phi s Founded at Monmouth College in 1867 " S gF , _ . Colorado Alpha Chapter established in 1884 1 Irs. Charles Wolcott Members in Faculty Ida L. Swavne Rebecca aille M. Andrew, Longmont. ' 31 M. Benight, Denver, ' 31 R. Brown, Denver, ' 29 E. Canbv, Denver, ' 31 j l. Clark, Pueblo, ' 30 K. CoiLsoN, Boulder, ' 31 M. K. Crane, Denver, ' 31 B. CrsTANCE, Denver, ' 29 E. CusTANCE. Denver. ' 31 D. Evans, Denver, ' 31 E. L. Foster, Den er, ' 30 H. Gregory, (ilenwocd, ' 29 B. Johnson, Delta, ' 29 M. Johnson, Ft. Worth, Te.x. Aclii ' c Mciiihei ' s E. A. D. M r. R. H. H. M C. ' 29 Jordan, Denver, ' 30 McCarthy, Glenwood, ' Meyer, Denver, ' 30 Morrow, Littleton, ' 30 . Morton, Den -er, ' 29 Parker. Denver, ' 29 Phares, Boulder, ' 29 Rice, Denver, ' 30 Scott. Boulder. ' 30 . TasHer. Den er. ' 29 Harris, Longmont. ' 31 Harvey. Leadville, ' 31 Hopkins, Pueblo, ' 31 Jameson, Denver, ' 31 29 Alpha Chapter, S90 Elcvctilh Page 242 Pi Beta f hi •C ©l- w fSO FUrwtr — Carn; t ion ? Colors — Wine and Miic M. J AMKSDN. DcnvtT, ' 31 I ' . W Aixox. Denver, ' 31 M. akken, Denver, ' 30 M. I.. Wixi.MAN, Denver, ' 2 ' ) W . Wni.dnr, lionMer, ' 30 M. Andrew. Longmont, ' 32 K. Broi ' HV. Denver. ' 32 E. Calkins. Boulder, ' il C. Ci ' i.uNs. Denver. ' 32 M. Ciiui.KV. Denver, ' il R. Crissman. Denver. ' M I. Davidson. Denver. ' ?il M. Diamond. Denver. ' 30 ' . Kui.KTT. Denver, ' il L. Erickson. New Mexico. ' M . . Denver. ' M II. Fr. ser. Denver. ' M J. " .ii.i.esi ie. Denver. ' M 1 ' . . CiKAiiAM. Boulder. ' M D.;i.i;r, ( ' .rand Jet., ' il .M. I.KK. Denver. ' 30 ( " .. MoRRKi.L. Denver, ' il M. I ' iNKNKV. Cinon City, ' il II. Revbold, Denver, ' 32 A. J. Rice, Denver, ' 32 N. Scott, Denver, ' ?i2 R. .Smiiuci.ow, Riton, N. C. SiLi-iVAN. Chiiiyo, III ( ' .. V. ni; Bjiilder, ' J. Ware, Denver, ' 32 H. Weaver, Pueblo, ' 32 M h . ' 30 •32 Andrew. .Makian. .Anhki-.w. .Mamsk, I ' .ai.nai.i.. liKNii,ii[, Bkown, Cai.kin . Caslev, Clark, Collins COOLEV, COILSON. CrAXE, CRISSMAN, Cl STANCE, BARBARA, ClSTAXCE. DiAMONS, EVANS, Faller • Foster, CiRaham. C.reoory, Joh.vson. Harris. Harvey, Hopkins, Ja.mesox, Rice Johnson. Jordan. Meyer. Morrell. Morrow. Parker. Phares. Rkvuold. Morton ScOTT, SPRIXI.ER, SiLLIVAX, TasHER. A(iELIN, WaRREX, WEAVER, WeLLMAN. WoLCOTT Pat 24} Delta Gamma - ' B!«(=X Founded at Oxford. Mississippi, in 1872 Phi Chapter established in 1885 I Mrs. Beatrice Burrus Cohen Members in FacuJh Mrs. Russell D. Niles Henry Ett. Reynolds Active Mcinhcrs J. Andrew, Boulder, ' 31 D. B. 1RD, DenYer, ' 31 B. B. KER, Boulder, ' 29 ' . Brown, DenYer, ' 29 K. Drescher, Craig, ' 30 E. Evans, Boulder, ' 31 J. EwiNG, Colorado Springs, ' 29 S. Folsom, Boulder, ' 30 A. Gordon, Denver, ' 31 G. Harvey, Denver, ' 30 D. Hills, Colorado .Springs, ' 30 ' . HoLDERNEss, Denver, ' 30 D. Jenkins, Denver, ' 30 X. Johnson. Denver, ' 30 11. .SliLLER, Longmont, ' 29 B. .Morrison, Denver, ' 30 G. Nance, Denver, ' 29 H. Reed, Boulder, ' 29 M. Reimer, Grand Jet., Neb., E. Savage, Denver, ' 31 B. Selfridge, Denver, ' 30 M. Sheets, Boulder, ' 31 ' 30 Phi Chapter, l!f 5 Thirleoilh Pane 244 Delta Gamma IM Flower — Pearl-white rose W0 T K Colors — Bronze, pink and liliiu Pledges H. Strong, Denver. ' 30 J. Strcinc. Denver, ' iO J. Strum,, Denxer. ' 30 J. AiKKN. Winthrop Harbor, 111., ' i2 J. Al.l.KN. l)envi-r. ' M D. B.MKl.. Denver. ' 32 D. Cl.l KF, Denver, ' 32 D. D.wiDsox, Denver, ' 30 K. l.ii.HKRT, Boulder, ' i2 H. Ilni.MEs, Boulder, ' 32 B. Thayer, Colorado Springs, ' 29 !•:. Todd, Boulder, ' 31 ' . Wells, Denver, ' 31 J. J. CKS( N. Denver, ' 31 J. MoLLov. Boulder. ' M I.. . lcN. M. R. , irden. III., ' 31 !,. Olmste.M), Denver, ' 32 M. Orr, Denver, ' 32 K. RiNKER, Denver, ' 32 F. White, Pasadena, Cal., ' 31 AiKEX, Allen, B.aird, Dorothy Baird. Baker. Bkhwn, Cliu-, Davidson, DRE cHER EWING, FOLSOM, (in.IlERT. lIlLLs. I loLDERNESS, HoLMES Jackson, Johnson, . K Namara. Morrison, Nance, Ol.mstead M.Orr. Ketd. Kkimers. Rinker Selfridge, Shields, J. Strong, II. Strong, Thayer, Tonn, Wells, White, ' eil Putt 245 I Kappa Kappa Gamma ©(■ Founded at Monmouth College in 1870 :::::zzr go k Beta Mu Chapter established in 1901 Dr. Irene P. McKeehax }f embers in Faeiiltv Dr. Gr. ce B.MR Active Members J. Bennett. Denver, ' 29 D. Blood, Denver, ' 30 M. Bretschneider, Denver, ' 31 E. Cole, Boulder, ' 31 E. Craig, Denver, ' 31 M. Crofton, Denver, ' 29 D. JiEL, Ft. Collins, ' 30 ' . Keister, Denver, ' 30 J. Knight, Denver, ' 31 R. LoRENZE, Denver. ' 31 T. McKee, Denver, ' 31 E. Nelson, Salt Lake, Utah, ' 30 C. Davis, Denver, ' 30 E. Di v. ll, r.olden, ' 30 R. Fames, Denver, ' 31 F. EwiNG. Greeley. ' 30 R. EwiNG. Greeley, ' 30 N. Finch, Denver, ' 30 M. GiVENS, Denver, ' 30 M. Grier, Cheyenne. Wyo., ' 30 F. Hamm, Longmont, ' 30 C. Henry, Boulder, ' 29 H. HORNE, Denver, ' 30 E. Irvin, Longmont, ' 30 b. Berjarnine, New Mexico. ' 31 J. C. Osborne. Rawlins. Wno.. ' 31 Belli Mu Chapter. 1 1 34 i ' liii-ersily IW 24b Kappa Kappa Gamma ' tt-m ::tzz !@o Flower — FIcur-dc-lis Colors — Dark ami Unlit blue- J. Ptn.LARD. Boulder, ' 20 M. PinVKKs, BmiUU-r. ' .?0 H. KiivK. IVtivir. ■- ' ) J. ki;i;vK. Demur. , 0 M. Rkii), Denver. " 30 M. Rice, Bloomington. 111. M 1.. C.ETz. Kent, Ohio. ' .W K. i. KV.. Denver, ' M K. Bksnett. Rawlins, Wyo., ' M K. Briiwnlik. Denver. ' M II. Bi KTON. San Dieyo. Cal.. ' .M .■ . B. Cl.ARK, Denver, ' M O. H.WES, Lacrosse, Kan.. ' ,?0 Pledges M. A. Rice. Bloomington, 111., ' 31 S. .SniNi;i.E. Cheyenne, Wyo., ' 31 M. .Smith. Denver, ' 31 ' . Stone. IViiblo. ' 29 D. WKiHT. Denver, ' 30 O. WuiHT. Denver, ' 30 M. KiKKrATKiiK. Walsenburg, ' 30 J. Knox, Denver, ' M B. Neef, Denver, ' 32 A. Patk. Denver, ' 32 E. RoitiNsoN, .Shreveport, La.. ' M K. SiiAW, Denver. ' 31 ' . Witt. Prvor, Okla., ' 31 Bake, Bakm.. . |. IIi.nm.m. K. IJi.nm.ii. 1 ' .i. ' " ' I). llm i ii j . i.r, Btrton, Clark. Cole Crai ., Criieton. Davis. Divall. Lames, L. Lwinc, Finch. ( " iIvens ( " tRiER. Mamm. Henry. Hayes. Irvin. Jcel. Kirki ' atrick. Knight Nkef. Nelson. McKee. Kno.x. Osiiorne. Pate. Pollard. B. Reeves J. Reeve. M. .A. Rice. Roiiinson. Ryland. Shaw, Shincjle, Smith. Stone. Witt Paer 247 Chi Omega Founded at University of Arkansas in 1895 Zeta Chapter established in 1906 i Norma LeX ' evle Members in Faculty Jeannette Stein M. BOGERT, Akron, ' 30 D. Branson, Trinidad. ' 31 M. Brooks, Denver, ' 29 E. J. Dunning, Denver, ' 30 E. Dunning, Denver, ' 30 M. Gaiser, Denver, ' 29 M. Goodman, Denver, ' 29 E. Gregory, Denver, ' 31 P. Hellstern, Pueblo, ' 31 H. I ACHER, Mont ' ose, ' 30 Active Memhers D. Maxson, Longmont. ' 30 C. Metz, Amarillo, Texas. ' 29 A. Miller. Manzanoia, ' 31 H. Miller, Delta. ' 30 M. Miller, Manzanoia, ' 29 N. Mitchell, Boulder, ' 31 M. MORG.A.N, Denver, ' 31 L. Olsen, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., A. Richardson, Boulder, ' 31 S. Shreve, Boulde , ' 31 M. St. Claire, I on mont, ' 29 ' 30 r I Zeta Chapter, 1011 Sixteenth Page 24S ®f! MSft O Flawer — White carnation Colors — Cardinal an l straw Pledges II. Artiii K. Boulder. ' .10 D. B.MI.KY. Boulder, ' n M. Bknson. Boulder, ' il M. Caki ' kntek. Denver, ' il I). I)u K. I ' uel.lo. ' n r. Kasi.ey, Trinidad. ' M N. ( ' .KANT, Denver. ' 52 1). ( " .REKNMAN. Buulder. ' i2 L. llAsriNGs, Denver. ' 32 K. Kemp, Boulder, ' il M. KiRscHHAiM, Trinidad, ' .?2 L. Leonard, Denver, ' 31 A. MacIndoe, Pueblo, ' 32 ' . Radcliff, Denver, ' il B. Shay. Brush, ' 32 C. Steindriner. Denver. A. Swift, Boulder, ' 31 H. Thompson, Pueblo, ' il D. TlXL, Vernon. Texas, ' 31 I. Watson, Elizibsthtown, [11 ' il il M. Watson. Elizabethtown, ill., ' 30 Arthir, Bailey, Bogart, Brandhagen, Brandeson. Dick, J. Dunning, K. Dinning, Gaisem Goodman, ( rant, Gregory. Hastings. Hellstern, Kemp Leonard. Laciiart. Tn.i,, MacIndoe, McLeod Maxson, . . Mii.i.KR. II. .Mii.i.ER. .Mitchell, Olsen. Raim I iff. .Shay. Shrikve, St. Claire, Steinbrunner, Swift, Tho.mpson, Watson Pate 249 Alpha Chi Omega «C ®|B $ .:::. ciiiii so ' Founded at DePauw l ' niversit in 1884 Nu Chapter estalilished in 1907 Active Members ( ' •. Barki.kv, Ft. Morgan, ' 29 H. Blaine, (jlenwood, ' 29 L. Brown, Platteville, ' 29 C. Fairbairn, Berthoiid, ' 29 F, Hearon. Boulder, ' 29 M. Hearhx. Boulder, ' 29 W. Hamilton, Monte X ' ista, ' 29 D. Huffman, Denver, ' 30 F. Lane, Durango, ' 29 F. MiLLiKAN, Lajunta, ' 31 A. Plumb, Tonkwa, Okla., ' 29 J. QuiNE, Boulder, ' 29 ' . Robertson, M. RowxEY, Denver, ' 31 E. Stansfield, Denver, ' 29 M. Stockwell, Boulder, ' 29 E. Tamplin, Denver, ' 30 D. Tennis, Denver, ' 30 Z. Tesch, Loveland, ' 30 A. Thomas, Denver, ' 30 M. Walrod, Boulder, ' 29 F. Wallick, Fowler, ' 31 G. Warren, Boulder, ' 31 R. Wells, Denver, ' 29 R. White, IMeade, ' 31 Pueblo, ' 29 . i( Chaflcr, 110 Eleventh Page ISO Alpha Chi Omega ssas ! ' Flower — Red carnation Colors — Scarlet and olive green Plai ' CS II Al AM . ( iriind Junitii)ii, ' i2 Adams, (iraiul Junction, ' 32 Andkrson. ChcyiMine. W yo., ' 32 Barki.kv. Ft. ior ;an, ' 32 I ' nx. Pueblo, ■il llEl.l.ER. MontiK-liiT. ' M Hii.lliiKKCF.K. rueWo, ' M { ' aki.shn. I ' uoMo. ' M Him.. ( ' .Icnwood. ' i2 I). Kakns. L.oveland, ' il K. Maktin. Raton. N. M.. ' M I). MiCakthy. Pueblo, ' 32 II. McMechen, ( " jrecley, ' 32 C. LvsTER, (ireeley. ' 31 M. Ohric, Dayton, Ohio, ' i2 II. ' . I ' t. ' l.upton. ' 32 M. RoiiERTs, l- ' lorenrc. ' i2 M. Smuh. Meeker. ' 31 n. Weidenhamer, Denver, ' 32 I). Wei I -. Pucbl,,. ' 31 m io il . I. . llAM--. li. . llA l . . Mil-.k- IN. HaKKI.KS. ISl.VlM , I Kl. .i . L AN . I AIKUAIKN. I o. Ha.milton. Hearon. M. IIearon. Hill. Hood, Hiffmax Karns, Lane, MctARTiiv. II. McCarthy. McC.lenahan McCreadv. Mili.ikan, Pi.i mm. (Ji ine. Rawlev. Roherts. Rohertson. S.mith Stansfield. Wallick. Vai.roi , Warren, Weidenhamer, Wells, Tamplix, Tennis, Tesch Delta Delta Delta ■ (• Founded at Boston University in 1888 Theta Beta Chapter established in 1919 mo Member in Faculty Dean Lydia Brown Active Moiibers E. Albright, Rawlins, Wye, ' 29 L. Belile, Denver, ' 31 K. Chisolm, Denver, ' 30 W. Clayton, Boulder, ' 30 C. CuLP, Denver, ' 29 E. DiDRiCKsoN, Montrose, ' 29 E. DuRNiXG, Leadville, ' 31 F. Fairbanks, Delta, ' 29 H. Hick, Delta, ' 30 E. HoRTON, Denver, ' 31 M. Joyce, Boulder, ' 31 M. Knisely, Monte Vista, ' 29 M. I.ETFORD, Johnstown, ' 30 n. M. Little, Ft. Collins, ' 29 M. McDowell, Aurora, ' 31 F. McKee, Denver, ' 29 K. Naylon, Denver, ' 31 J. Patterson, Denver, ' 31 E. Pollard, Longmont, ' 30 H. Rathburn, Boulder, ' 31 J. Redman, Boulder, ' 30 A. Reynolds, Denver, ' 29 ' . Risley, Pueblo, ' 31 M. Row, Pueblo, ' 30 j C , ■ ' -A Theta Beta Chapter, 1025 Fifteenth Page 252 Delta Delta Delta «C ( ■H»SO Flmcfr — Pansv A Colors — Cold, silver and blue K. ScilMiTT Denver, ' 31 A. ScHHEPFEKMAN, Denver. ' 31 E. Sheetz, Los AnReles. Cal., ' 20 G. Shoemakek, Denver, ' 30 B. .Amsden, Denver, ' M D. Evans, Ft. Collins, ' 32 1 " . Fredericks. Elgin. 111.. ' 32 M. FiLTON, Sterling. ' 32 D. Heflin. Fairfax, Okla., ' 31 R. Lackey. Fowler, ' 29 Pledges . .MTA 11.1.1AMS, Denver, ' 31 L. Tegtmeyer. Boulder, ' 29 M. Mathers, Delta, ' 31 E. White, Syracuse, Kan., ' 31 II. ZtMKKl.I.ER, El in, HI., ' 31 Ci. Roberts. Cripple Creek. ' 32 C. Schkoeder. Boulder. ' 32 D. Weaver. ScottsMuff. Nel .. ' 31 1.. Wei.i.ek. Maitland. Mo.. ' . 0 . . Wire. I.ongniont. ' M P. Sayi.or. Lamar. ' 32 . l.HRK.HT. . MM)ES " . BkI.ISII. t I.AVTHN. till ' . DlDRKKsuN. DlRMIM.. EvANs. IaIKUANKS Fredericks. Mick. Horton. Joyce. Knisei.y. Lackey. Letford Little. McDowei i.. McKee. Mathers. Meimnoer Patterson. Poi.i.ard. Rathiu rn. Reynolds. Risley. Saylor. Schmitt ScHROEDER. Sharrah. Shi t . ' Shoe.maker. Tei.tmever, Weller, Williams. Wire, Zc.mkeller Pair 2S} Alpha Delta Pi «e ®s 5! S C Foun lf(l M Wesleyan College in 1851 Alpha Alpha Chapter established in 1 )U Grace Craven JiTemhi ' i ' s in Funiltv Rinv Johnson Active Mc Dibers A. Altvater, Milliken, ' 31 P. Bernzen, Boulder, ' 30 D. Black, Illinois, ' 29 B. Bunte, Denver. ' 29 F. Coombs, Boulder, ' 29 V. Daniel, Hugo, ' 30 H. Flanagan, Casper, Wyo., ' 31 M. Flanagan, Casper, Wyo., ' 29 ' . FvNK, Denver, ' 29 J. Gromer, Boulder, ' 29 F. Gum, Hugo, ' 29 E. Hawthorne, Denver, ' 29 M. KiMMETT, Arvada, ' 30 C. Larson, Wray, ' 29 A. Murphy, Denver, ' 29 V. Neal, Meeker, ' 31 F. Pulllam, Denver, ' 31 E. Russell, Boulder. ' 31 BI7. " Z » Alpha Alpha Chapter. llll ' J lumrlecnlh Page 254 Alpha IVIta Pi s Flower — Violet I.. Shannon, Denver. ' 20 Ci. Smith. Englewood. ' 30 U.- m Colors — Blue iirul White " . Templeton, Britihton. ' M ( " ■. Wk.wek. KrpiiinliiiK. ' .?0 H WiiiKMEYEK. HouUler, ' 20 K. . i.i.i Kii (.E. Knxlewoocl, ' i2 . l. . m eksi)N. Norwalk. Conn., ' 32 II. Bakkktt. " -ioux Citv. Iowa. ' 30 M. kn. HouUler. ' 32 j. Bki NNF.K. Broomt ' iilil. ' 31 M. Bennett. Lake Chailes, La., ' 30 Pledges W WooDUURY, Boukler, ' 32 S. C ' .wiriiEi.i.. I " t. Worth. Texas, ' 31 B. Kn«;i.. ni). Denver, ' il II. M.VNLEV. Sioux C ' itv. Iowa. ' .?0 ' . Martin. Boulder. ' .M C Strc)N(;. Denver, ' il L. Wilson, Phippshurg, ' 31 .ALLDRIt C.E. .Vl.TWATER. .-XNOERSON. BaRRETT. BeNNETT, BeRNZEN, BlACK, BfNTE Camphei.i.. Daniel, Draper, England,, AL Flanagan Kl ' NK. GVM KiMMETT, Larson, Manley, Mirphy, Neal PfLLIAM. RlSSELL, S.MITH, WiLSON, WiTTEMEYER, STRONG, TeMPLETON. WEAVER, WINTERS, McMVLLEN Pan 2SS Kappa Alpha Theta «vK|) Founded at DePauw I ' liixersity in 1870 Beta Iota Chapter established in 1921 a©0 Member in Faculty Mrs. Steklim, Active Members E. Anderson, Denver, ' 31 E. Balman, Canon Citv. ' 29 K. Case, Chicago. 111., ' ' 31 D. Chapman. Boulder, ' 31 E. Chlanda, Longiiiont, ' 30 V. Close, Denver, ' 31 M. Connors, Denver, ' 30 H. Conway, Denver, ' 30 D. Ford, Denver, ' 30 M. Ford, Denver, ' 30 G. Frame, Denver, ' 30 G. Garoitte, Denver, ' 30 F. Garoitte, Denver, ' 30 A. GiESE, Fort Morgan, ' 29 H. GiESE, Fort Morgan. ' 31 M. Graham, Sterling, ' 30 M. Graham, Sterling, ' 31 K. Wilson, Lamar, J. Hall, Delta, ' 31 E. Keadv, Denver, ' 30 E. Lamson, Neosho, Mo.. ' 30 C. Landschult . Dubuque. la., ' 29 H. Mavhue, Lajunta. ' 30 B. Merrick, Denver, ' 29 M. Meyer, Denver, ' 30 T. Owens, Canon City, ' 31 V. Parker, Ft. Morgan, ' 29 N. Pleasants. Greeley, ' 29 M. Reincke, Denver, ' 31 L. Sarchet, Denver, ' 31 H. Service, Estes Park, ' 29 M. Si ' RINT.steen, Denver, ' 31 B. Stephens, Coushatta, La., ' 30 S. Stephens, Coushatta, La., ' 31 ' . Tedi-ord, Pueblo, ' 31 ' 30 lii-lii Iota, OO ' J Fourteenlh Page 2S6 Kappa Alpha I hcta ®i wm mK fm - Colors — Black and (iold ♦ Flourr — Black Pansv I). Bkddmki t.. HoiiUliT. ' il K. BiTl.EK. Boulder. ' M B. ( " (11.1. ison, Denver. ' i2 ' . C ' liKisTY. Lamar. ' 32 M. noWNlNC. ' 30 R. H. LL. Boulder. ' 32 K. 1I. M1LT()N. Denver, ' il D. I.iTlN. ■terli g, ' i2 M. MrxTER. ' alentine, Neb.. Pledges •32 E. Mills. Boulder. ' M E. Plattnek. Denver. ' 32 D. Plested, ' 31 D. Pope. Boulder, ' il A. Pkeston. SalUla. ' 31 P. Reynolds. Oklahoma, ' 31 H. Revek, Denver, ' il E. St.afford. Colorado Springs, ' 32 E. Temple. Walsenburg, ' 32 wQm m% mmo%! i m ezmm fmm m HjjV jf S feft ' H . r w ivMSf jK» W " " Andekson. Balman, BktxiMELL, BiTLEK, Case, Collison, Chapman, Chlanua, Chrisit Connors. Conway. Downing, K. Garroitt, .-X. Giese, H. C.iese, Marc. CIraham, Marj. Graham J. II ML. Hamilton. Keadv. I.aKista. I-andsciulz. I.amson. I.itin. Macintosh. Mills Parker. Plattnek. Pleasants. Plested. Pope, Preston. Reiter, Reinke Rever. Reynolds. Sarchet. Springsteen. B. Stephens. S. Stephens, Tedford, Trant. Vilson Pu«- iv- t Alpha Phi ■ ' CxSXa Founded at the I ' niversity of Syracuse in 1872 m " • x; § ; Beta Gamma Chapter established in 1924 I « Active Members L. Ahernathev, Denver, ' 29 . BiXLER, Erie, ' 30 D. Babcock, Pueblo, ' 31 L. Clifford, Denver, ' 30 M. Clark, Lucerne, ' 31 G. Edwards, Greeley, ' 29 D. Friend, Oakland, Cal., ' 30 F. FlLSCHER, Holyoke, ' 29 E. Gambill, Boulder, ' 29 M. Gilbert, Greeley, ' 29 M. Walker, Denver, ' 30 G. (iLASco, Denver, ' 29 M. Hirst, Arvada, ' 29 B. Mllnix, Fort Morgan, ' 29 A. MacCarthy, Denver, ' 30 M. MacNeill, Denver, ' 30 H. Specht, Arvada, ' 31 J. Stuart, Golden, ' 30 M. St-TTLE, Denver, ' 29 J. Spaxgelberger, Denver, ' 30 A. Staiffer, Loveland, ' 30 M. Teller, Windsor, ' 31 Beta Gamma, 1229 Thirteenth Page 25S •Cx All ha hi ■!5S1SK Colors — Silver and Imrdeaux H. AsKLiNC. Denver, ' M M. BRVDtN, Denver, ' i2 ti. Ckosman. Boultler, ' 32 R. Dkrkvhf.rkv. ' 32 A. Fames, Denver, ' il M. Flkmino, Lont;mont, ' 32 R. Flint, Littleton, ' 32 M. FowXER, Denver. ' i2 Flower — Forget-me-not and lily v ' alley Pledges . CxHMiKU. Pueblo, ' M 11. Havdkn. Denver, ' i2 M. llARVKV, Boulder, ' 32 K. Knu ' .ht. Denver, ' M A. PiiTiT, Stuttes;art, Ark.. ' M K. Randali.. Pueblo. ' i2 C. Spancleuercer. Denver. ' M M. VVhitelv, Ft. Iorgan, ' 32 C. Winn, Greeley, ' 32 of the Abernathev, AsKLisc, Babcock, Bi.xLER. Brvden, Clifford, Grossman, Derrvberrv, E. mes Edwards, Flemixi.. Flint. Fowxer. Friend. Ft ller Fvlcher, Gahaces, Gambill. Harvey, Havden. Hvrst, Knight, McCarthy McNeil, Milnix, Pettit Randall, J. Spaxcleberger, Specht, Stlart, Scttle, Teller, V Vlker. Whitelv, Winn P ut2S9 Delta Zeta - te " Founded at Miami University in 1902 ZZJ$ Alplia Lanilida Chapter established in 1924 Member in Faculty Carmkl La TiiKRA Active Members E. Baldwin, Denver, ' 30 E. D. Brown, Denver, ' 29 E. BriRtiv, Denver, ' 29 P. Cairns, Boulder, ' 30 J. Carmichael, Oak Creel , ' 30 E. Collins, Boulder, ' 29 E. Cornell, Denver, ' 30 V. Dannenbaum, Parsons, Kan., ' 31 H. Freel, Arriba, ' 30 O. Gibson, Boulder, ' 29 C. HlCEL, (Jeorgetown, ' 30 M. Jamison, Boulder, ' 29 G. Johnson, Denver, ' 29 T. Lewis, Brush, ' 29 N. McGuire, Boulder, ' 29 M. Melov, Colorado Springs, ' 29 V. Mercer, Denver, ' 30 V. Metcalf, New York, ' 29 R. Morrison, Rocky Ford, ' 29 M. Parks, Buena Vista, ' 31 M. Ratcliff, ' ernal, Utah, ' 29 F. RiEDi;, Den cr, ' 29 Alpha Lambda Chapter, I5(l() ' J ' welfth P age 260 Delta cta «v ® l i«K Colors — Rose and Nile green L. RlcHiK. Dinvtr. ' O M. L. Stakkoku, Boulder, ' iO F. Tam.i ' R. C.riiviT. ' .M M. Hr i: . I rluii.i. 111.. ' M H. Coffin. Hoiilder. ' M y. Collins. Houlder. ' M E. DiNCAN. Wellcsley. Mass.. ' . 2 L. Fletchrr. Houlder, ' 32 M. Freel, Arriba, ' 31 R. FiRLoNG. Steamboat Springs, ' 32 C. C.ILC.ER. Lyons. ' M D. HARRiNtiToN. Denver. ' 32 ( " .. HlLKER, Boulder, ' 32 Pledges Flower — I ' lnk Killarney rose II. Walton. Boulder. ' 30 B. Westhaver. Denver, ' 2 ' F. West, Denver, ' .W I. I IdiM.i -. [ulisliurn. ' 31 M. Westerville. Dliio, ' 32 M. KoiiLKK. Boulder. ' 31 M. Leonard, Raton, N. M., ' 31 B. Lite, drover, ' 31 .■ . McNall. Mill Citv, S. D.. ' 30 K. I ' lLTZ. Kstes I ' ark, ' il I. Rm 1. ( ieorjtetown, ' 30 V. Swim Ri,, Lamar, (irad. M. Toi i . Boulder, ' il . ATERHOisE, Hayden, ' M B. LD viN. Brown. Bi ir(.y, Bi sev. Cairns. Cornell, Danseniiaim, Dinian. I kiel M. Freel, Ciiison, Parks, Lewis, HiciEi.. Flrloni.. Modoes. Jameson Johnson. Mercer. Coffin. Kei.ser. Stafford. Meyer. Kohler Leonard. Clynke. Lice. Carmichael. M (.cire. Collins. Mc Nall. Meli.i y Metcalfe. Morrison. Ratliff. Riede. Ritc hie. Taylor, Walton, W aterhoise, W ' esthavi Pagt 2bl Alpha Omicron Pi ■MllO Founded at Barnard College in 1897 Chi Delta C ' liapter founded in 1026 Me nbers Dorothy Foster, Boulder, ' 29 Camille French, Boulder, ' 29 ViOLETTE Ward, Denver, ' 29 Mary Eva Burnett, Dallas, Texas, ' 30 Hazel Lee, Denver, ' 30 Ruth Stewart, Denver, ' 30 Hesper Ticker, Lamar, ' 30 Mary ' irginia Wells, Brighton, ' 30 Winifred Ralph, La Junta, ' 30 Virginia Fawlev, Oak Park, 111., ' 31 Margaret Haynes, Maybelle, ' 31 I Chi Delta Chapter. 1(112 PteasanI P,iie 262 Alpha C mici-on I ; - «i ■M «0 Color — Cardinal KZl Flincer — Jai(|ueniinot Rose Elizabeth I.amont, Denver, jJ Eugenia II. Wilkinson, Brighton, ' 32 Pledges Alice Ward, Denver. ' 31 Francis McGill, Laramie, Wyo., ' 31 BfRNETT, Foster. French. Lamont, Stewart Haynes, V. Ward. Wilkinson. Lee Ticker. Ralph, Wells Poft Z63 jfi ' m Panhellenic Alpha Chi Ome a Helen Blaine Alpha Delta Pi irginl Daniels Alpha Phi Marian Walker Alpha Omicron Pi Dorothy Foster Chi Omega Margaret Bogart Delta Delta Delta Maxine Row Delta Gamma Aileen Gordan Delta Zeta Francis West Kappa Alpha Theta Genevieve Frame Kappa Kappa Gamma Claire Davis Pi Beta Phi Willa Wolcott i DO I Foster, Chlanda, Blaink. Davi Walker, Selfrid(;e Daniels, Wolcott, Bogart Pane 264 ORGANIZATIONS Book II 1929 FRATERNITIES Pa it 2bS Delta Tau Delta -»0®»! Founded at Bethany College in 1859 HO Beta Kappa Chapter established in 1883 I C. C. ECKHARDT Members in Faculty AKt I-N Tl I Ml . ' ON Dean Worcester .1 ctive M( )iihii ' s L. Barnim, Pueblo, ' 28 E. Dutcher, Montrose, ' 29 H. Ford, Lamar, ' 29 C Gilbert, (ireeley. ' 29 G. Hutchinson, Maryville. Mo., ' 29 J. Paul, Montrose, ' 29 J. Swift, Boulder, ' 29 P. Bartlett, Boulder, ' 29 B. Bond, Liberty, Ind., ' 30 T. Everett, Lamar, ' 30 L. Keltz, Boulder, ' 30 E. Pemberton, Fowler, ' 30 H, Rathburn, Boulder, ' 29 E. Smith, Boulder, ' 29 W. Sullivan, Springfield. D. Stapp, Las Vegas. ' 30 G. Brown, Lamar. ' 31 J. Fellows, Denver, ' 30 V. Gilbert, Greeley, ' 31 W. Hayden. Greeley, ' 31 M. HoisiNGTON, Grand Junction, ' 31 T. Kirkmeyer, Boulder, ' 31 M. Maxwell, Denver, ' 31 R. Mills, Olathe, ' 31 J. QuiNE, Boulder, ' 31 X. Snow, Boulder, ' 31 K. Stowell, Boulder, ' 31 D. Stubbs, Fowler, ' 30 A. " etters, Boulder, ' 31 11., ' 31 Beta Kappa Chapter, 1505 University Page 266 (i H l clta Tail I lta s Colors — Purple, white and gold Flowrr — Pansy Pledges R. Beattie, Pueblo. ' 31 F. Beckstrom, Boulder, ' 31 V. BiTLER. Lamar. ' 32 F. Chalgren, Greeley. ' i2 R. Davis. Boulder. ' 32 A. FicHT. Golden. ' 32 H. Hoover. Olathc. ' 32 R. Jones, Grand Junction. ' 32 A. Kmckv. Lamar, ' 32 J. Leffingwei.l, Brighton, ' 32 W. MvKRs, Denver, ' 32 V. Parks, Boulder, ' 31 W. Piper, Boulder, ' 31 L. Quam, Boulder, ' 31 P. Struble, Greeley, ' 32 O. SiHRE, Pueblo, ' 32 R. Taylor, Pleasanton, Kan., ' 32 P. Tritter, Denver, ' 32 M. ' lNCENT, Grand Junction, ' 32 H. Wallace, Klherton. Ga., ' 32 V. Worcester, Kokonio, Ind., ' 32 .Maxwell, Stait, Tri iter. Pail, yi ine, Kikk. uc ek, Kelt . -Snow, Kellow.s Pemberton. Fort). Bartlett. etters. Mills, Ch. l(;re.n, Barmm, Qiam, W. (iiLBERT Smith, Rathbirn, Beattie, Everett, Sihre, Ivers. Hoisinotox, Leffinc.uell, Walrod, K NICKY Piper, Brown, Parks, Vincent, Wallace. Bitler, Stowell, Swift, Hltchinson Worcester, Hoyden, Beckstrom, C. Gilbert, Svllivan, Jones, Dutcher, Strible, Tayxob, Bond Pate 267 % Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at liiixersity of Alabama in lcS56 mmmSl O ' I Chi Chapter was established in 1891 Facult ' Mciiihcrs Prof. Elmore Petersen Active Members N. Anderson, Denver, ' ,30 C. BlESE, Boulder, ' 30 S. Beresford, Boulder, ' 29 T. Beresford, Boulder, ' 30 J. Blue, Denver, ' 30 K. Dreher, Denver, ' 30 J. Edwards, Oklahoma City, ' 31 O. Bar wood, Denver, ' 31 G. Henaghan, Denver, ' 29 L. R. Keller, Boulder, ' 29 G. Kullgreen, Denver, ' 31 A. McCoy, Boulder, ' 31 V. McKelvev. Boulder, ' 31 Prof. Francis Wolle E. McKelvey, Boulder, ' 31 A. .March, Ft. Collins. ' 30 R. Middlekamp, Pueblo, ' 30 J. Napier, ernon, Te.xas, ' 31 G. Owen, Denver, ' 30 V. Porch, Canon City, ' 30 W. Petri, Milwaukee, Wis., ' 30 F. PixvER, Denver, ' 30 J. ScHEVER, Pueblo, ' 30 F. Remhard, Golden, ' 30 J. SiCKMAN, Denver, ' 31 C. Spaulding, Greeley, ' 30 I.. Jones. Roakin. Texas. ' 29 Chi— 891 Tweljlh Street Page 26S Sigma Alpha Epsilon £ « bTt Q j •x Colors — Purple and gold Flower — ' iolet Pledges H. Denver, ' 32 J. KvANs, Denver, " 32 E. C.RAHAM. San Diego, Cal., ' 31 M. Crkve, Denver, ' 32 V. Matchkr. ictor. ' i2 J. Lamphier, Denver. ' i2 R. l.ivERXASH. Ft. Collins, ' 32 E. Porch, Canon Citv, ' 32 D. Reed, fireeley. ' 32 F. Reynolds, Houlder, ' M K. Stopher. Boulder, ' 32 W. Si ' Aii.DiNc;, (Ireeley, ' 32 F. Pope. Boulder, 31 H. McCartv, Berthoud, ' 30 V. McCartv. Berthoud. ' 30 E. Joy, Salina, Kan., ' 32 MRiaJ imm m Inn 1 — « r U . SPAlLDINl,. NvPllK. I ' ll.VKR. C SPAIIIUM.. Kll.l.i.KKN. Hki K, SlupHKK Sl( KMAN, I.AMPHIKR. McCoY. PETRI. OWKN. KeI.LER. -StllWER. REYNOLDS Edwards. McKelvkv. Beresford, I.ivkrnash, March, Pope. IIknoghan, Porch Blie, Anderson. Hatcher. W. Porch. T. Beresford. Evans. Middlekamp. C.arwood Benight, ( raham. Reinhard. Sieinhair. Dreher. CiReve, Reed. Jones, E. McKelvev Pate 269 Beta Theta Pi I . • ' ounded at Miami University in 1839 ■HSfJO I Beta Tau Chapter established in 1900 2Ieiub crs III p. Storke E. F. Meyer feu III I y J. H. Mason E. Haines W ' OIXOTT Active Mcuihers R. BiHLE, Denver, ' 30 B. Bradshaw, Ft. Collins, ' 30 E. Boomer, Brownsville, Tenn., ' 29 V. Chapman. Denver. ' 29 C. Elliott, Missouri, ' 31 H. Grant, Leadville, ' 29 L. Hale, Denver, ' 30 D. Hampton, California, ' 29 M. Lindquist, Denver, ' 31 J. Maddock, Denver, ' 31 F. Mandeville, Grand Island, Xeb., ' 29 M. Terril, K. Ma(;ill. Raton, X. M., ' 31 X. Mallory. Grand Lake, ' 30 F. E. Xeef, Denver, ' 31 L. O ' Connor, Tulsa, Okla., ' 31 J. PiNCKNEY, Canon City, ' 30 VV. Robinson, Denver, ' 31 T. Ross, Sterling, Kan., ' 29 " . SoDEN, Ft. Collins, ' 29 J. Shannon, Denver, ' 30 1. Thorpe, Denver, ' 31 L. Taylor, Ft. Collins, ' 29 Denver, ' 29 .. 5ii f ' .:-- M ' Beta Tau Chapter— 1305 College Past 270 Beta Thcta Pi K- ■ O Colors — Pink nnci Blue Flower — Rose Pledges W. WiTCHER, Texas, ' 20 K. BiKNEY. Denver, ' 32 G. BiKUANK, California. ' 32 V. Engd. HL, Denver, ' 32 D. ( " iRAHA.M. Oklahoma, ' 31 O. Hai.ev. Denver, ' M H. Hint, New Mexico, ' 32 J. HoisER. California, ' 32 Ct. Hopkins, Denver, ' 32 R. Johnson, Denver, ' 31 M. Wiiiiii, Boulder, ' 31 W. Lawrence, Denver, ' 32 H. Marthens, Denver, ' 32 1 . MiDDLEMisT, Denver, ' 32 C. Maddock, Denver, ' 32 P. MoNTENlE, Denver, ' 32 (i. Norton, California, ' 31 Ci. QiioLEV, Denver, ' H J. Raymond, Denver. ' M K, Senter, Denver, ' il R. akneke, Denver, ' il jM i Pinknev. Hi NT. Mandkvim.k. Biknf.v. Miannon. an Bek(,en. Tavi.or Haley. Bomar. Kni.dahi.. Hoiser. ( ' .rant, W ' itcher. IIaij.. White Lawrence. Neek. Chapman. Brannan. Ma(.ii.i.. Bihi.e. Thorp. Senter Warnecke. Terkii.i.. Raymond. Robinson, Marthens. Birhank. Norton. Soden Ross, Graham, yiioLEY, K. Maddock, C. Maddock, Johnson, Hampton, Bradshaw Pat ' 271 T Alpha Tau Omega . ■ 30 Founded at irginia Military Institute in 1865 ( anima Lambda Chapter established in 1901 Member in Facility Dk. K. F. R. Hochdoerfer Active Members J. B. Banks. Ft. Collins. ' 29 R. Blackm. n. Littleton, ' 30 H. M. BrxKiARDNER. Pueblo. ' 31 R. Chamberlin, Denver. ' 29 C. R. Corlett, Monte ' ista. ' 30 M. C. Garwood. Denver, ' 30 C. H. Gore, Rock Port, Mo.. ' 30 G. W. Gore, Rock Port, Mo., " 31 J. H. Hardy, Beverly Hills, Cal., ' 30 C. S. Hershey, Longmont. ' 29 J. T. Holt, Pueblo, ' 29 C. F. Keen, Pueblo, ' 31 J. E. Simmons, A. B. Logan, Denver. ' . 0 R. LooNEV, Boulder, ' 31 G. H. Loving, Fowler, ' 31 R. L. Lynch. Denver, ' 31 T. M. Lyons, Denver, ' 31 G. M. Martin. Denver. ' 31 R. X. Mason. Lajunta. ' 30 M, Maloney, Littleton, ' 30 R. B. McKinley, Trinidad, ' 29 B. (). Penney ' , Kerens, Texas, ' 29 R, .M. Rewick, Denver, ' 31 C. Ribar, Pueblo, ' 31 Kerens, Texas, ' 30 Gamma Lambda Cluipter, 1300 Pennsylvania I Alpha Tail Omega -S?i " I X Colors — Gold and blue Flower — U ' liitc Tea Rose J. Strattox. Pueblo. " 30 Members in Faciilly H. Walsh. Alamosa, ' 31 Pledges R. Beatty, Pueblo. ' 32 C. Beck, Ogden, Itah. ' 32 C. Carnes. Denver. ' 32 P. Chez. Ogden. I ' tah, ' 32 J. CoTTRELL, Denver, ' 32 F. Lynch, Denver. ' 30 W. l.dRTox. Denver. ' 32 H. Matney. Thermopolis. U yo., ' 32 B. MoRTiz, Denver. ' 32 E. McGovERS. Pueblo, ' 32 R. McLaic.hlin. Illinois, ' 32 C. Minshall. Brij;liton. ' 32 J. Xaic.le, Sterling, ' 32 I. Nye, Ogden, Itali, ' 32 J. Prestox, Pueblo, ' 32 J. SiLLSTROP, Denver, ' 32 R. White, Ely, Nev., ' 31 I. Williams, Missouri. ' 31 S. WooTKX. Texas, ' 32 lihAIlS, MkAIU ' N, CAKNh . liAR M»H), N»b. ( .. l.okb. l.iUINlj. PkEjUiX McCiDVERx. Beck, Chez, Sillstrop, Lortox, Matxey, Lvoxs Looxev. C. Gore. Rewick. Pexxey. .Martix. Emic.h, Moritz, Blackmax HERSHEY, McLaICHLIX, MiXSHALL, RiBAR. CoTTRELL, F. LyXCH. BAniC.ARDXER Corlett, Keex. White, Baxks, Walsh, Logax, Maloxev. R. Lyxch Pagt 27} Sigma Nu OS ! Founded at X ' irginia Military Institute in 1869 •as SO Gamma Kappa Chapter estai ' lished in 1902 Professor Hyland Members iii Faculty Dean O. C. Lester 1.)k .C ' oi.e Active Minihei ' s E. Austin, Boulder. ' 31 C. Ball, Loveland, ' 30 R. Chatfield, Scottsbluff, Xeb., ' 31 L. Campbell. Boulder. ' 31 P. Carson. Jefferson City, Mo.. ' 30 M. Connolly, Colorado Springs. ' 31 K. Cooper. Canon Citv. ' 30 V. Crosby, C.rand RidKe. 111.. ' 30 R. Davis, Steamboat Springs, ' 29 Don Estes, Longmont, ' 31 Dudley Estes, Longmont, ' 31 F. Fowler, Denver. ' 31 J. Gittinger, Kansas City, Mo., ' 30 J. Gardner, Denver, ' 30 L. Greene. Wanen. Ark.. ' 31 A. Greenman. Boulder. ' 31 D. Hamilton, Ft. Collins. ' 31 C. F. Hansen, Denver, ' 31 G. Hays, Denver, ' 31 J. Kingdom. Boulder. ' 29 H. Lyon. Boulder. ' 30 E. Mosley. Colorado Springs. ' 30 L. Newkirk. Hastings. Neb.. ' 30 C. QuiNLAN. Lyons, ' 31 D. Reybold, Denver, ' 31 H. Russell. Pawnee Rock, Kan., ' 30 V. B. Showater. Denver, ' 30 D. N. Simmons, Billings, Mont., ' 31 C. H. S.MITH, Hoisington. Kan., ' 30 J. B. Stapp. Las ' egas, N. M., ' 32 I Gamma Kappa Chapter, 1043 Pleasant Page 274 18z Si Lima Nu isaeeo Co ors— Black, white and gold Flower — White rose Members C. Stephenson. Denver. ' . O S. ?T()KR. Syracuse. N. Y., ' 30 L. Tayi-ok. Raton. N. M.. ' 29 H. H. Van Valkeniuriiii. Boulder. ' .10 V. Wood. Roswell, N. M.. ' 30 William Wood. Roswell. N. M.. ' 2 Pledges C. Allison. Roswell. N. M.. ' Ji 1). Beaton. Berkeley. Cal., ' 32 R. Bkani), HyRiene. ' 32 H. Clark. Boulder. ' 31 t .. CoiRTWRiGHT, Sedan. Kan.. ' 32 I. Demmon, Boulder . ' 32 J. Lester. Boulder. ' 32 E. Marsh. Brawley, Cal.. ' 32 J. E. MiDD. Rock Springs, Wyo.. ' 32 B. Carver. Denver, ' 32 R. llopi-ER. Toronto, Kan.. ' 31 J. Irwin, Berkeley, Cal.. ' 32 M. Johnson. Boulder, ' 32 J. S. I-AMPHIER. Denver. ' 32 1 . Steely, Canon City, ' 32 D. Stoll, Denver. ' 32 I. AS Nalkenburch. Boulder, ' 32 R. 1.. Waters, I " t. Morgan. ' 32 K. Walsh. Boulder, ' 32 H. Winn, Crcclcy. ' 32 I lark. Marsh. Krv. Didley Estes. Qiinlan. Aistin, Rissell, Lyon. Konvler, Chatfield- HvYEs Ball Hvmiiton Demmon. Winn. New kirk. Greene. Mi ijd. Don Estes I VN VVLKENHIROH. ShoWALTER AlLISON. II. AN VaLKENUL Rr.H. STEPHENSON. SMITH. ' Kingdom. 1. ESTER. Hopper. ' .ARi»NER.(-ooPER .-„.,,.„ Holmes. Simmons. Stoll. Johnson. Stapp. Taylor. Carson. Walsh. ' ««;; " ' u " ' - vJ- ' ;, ' ' v Hansen. Campbell. Waters. Reyhold. Mosley. Davis. Um. Wood. Naoel, W . Wood. (.reenman. Pat ' V Phi Delta Theta OS ! m sa@0 Miami l_ niversity in 184S I olorado Alpha Chapter established in 1002 Russell D. Niles Members in Faculty Frank Potts Henry Abrot Active Members F. D. Ames, Boulder, ( " .radiiate L. Armstrong, Rawlins. Wyo., ' 29 F. S. Atwood, Denver, ' 31 R. F. BiRK, Illinois, ' 30 R. Coffey, Boulder, ' 2Q R. Dondanville, Texas, ' 31 A. E. Franks, Silver City, X. M., ' 30 J. L. Gress, Eaton, ' 30 D, C. Griffin, Hartford, Conn., ' 29 A. B. Harrison, Topeka, Kan., ' 30 M. E. H. Smith, Greelev, ' 29 J. I.. Linroot, Denver, ' 29 C. X. M.AcDoNALD. Denver, ' 29 G. McClure, Boulder, ' 29 .• . I.IPSCOMB. Denver K. Mead, Boulder, ' 29 M, B. Murphy, Denver, ' 31 T. J. Owens, Denver, ' 29 D. S. Plummer, Beaumont. Te. ., K, A. PoRTMAN, Longmont, ' 31 C. L. Sayre, Boulder, ' 31 30 Alpha Chapter. 1111 College Page 276 I Phi Delta Thcia ®is ! iyd o Colors — Azure anil ardent Floii;er — White arnation J. B. Snow. Alahama. ' i ' J H. M. Stroll, Denver, ' 19 D. K. Tkindle. I.oveland. ' ,?0 II. I.. Williams, Denver, ' ,?! N. n. WiLLL Ms, Denver, ' 31 j. Ki), Denver. ' i Pledges J. HkAws. Pueblo, ' .?! J. BicK. California. ' 31 E. Collins, Denver, ' 32 C. CiRRAN. Kansas, ' 32 E. F. Hamilton, Denver, D. Moves, Sterling, ' il J. JokV. Denver, ' il W. Lewis, Denver, ' il y W. McKlE, Denver, ' 31 M. OssoLA, Florence, ' 32 Ci. Paxnebaker, Pueblo, ' 31 D. Roi-SE, Wyoming, ' 32 ' il R. Sering, California, ' 31 N. Stofki.e, Boulder. ' 32 M. Tyler. Boulder, ' 32 R. West, Chicago, ' 32 P. Wilson, Ft. Collins, ' 32 1 ' J V ' s w i F L M ■ ' M IbkJI iH A ' r l ml l.klhUN. XSUW. SKklM., lit kKH, Wl l)uM, SlOFH.E. Mlt ' HRI-; Collins. Bishop. Iii ' siovn. II. Williams. Stoll. CiREss. Ossola. Cf FPEY Mlrphv. Hays. Smith. Franks. Dondanvti.le. West. Pannehaker. Pummer PORTMAN. RoiSE. .ARMSTR ' oNO. HaRRISON. HAMILTON. TrINDLE, SaVRE, LeWIS Brown, Atwood. Bick. Jory, Tyler. N. Williams. MacDonald, Lindrooth Pant 27 Sigma Phi Epsilon iSe Sh. Is Founded at Richmond Collej in 1001 1 :(t$e): t Alpha Chapter established in 1904 w 1 iiihffs ill Far III tv William R. Arthir Pail F. Osbornb Pail M. Dean ■let ire Members H. Adam. Creelev, ' 30 F. Hart. Colorado Springs, ' 30 C. B. Bell, Boulder, ' 30 L. Herron, Trinidad. ' 30 A. Bradfield, Duranojo, ' , 0 S. HiNTiNGTON, Denver, ' 30 R. Brown, ( " .randjunction, ' 30 F. lov, Denver, ' 31 C. BrcKLAXD, Walsenhure. 31 P. Kinney. Denver. ' 30 T. Clagc.ett. Rifle. ' 31 R. Lang. Denver. ' 30 M. Clagc.ett, Rifle, ' i2 L. Long, Belle Fourche, S. D., ' .?0 A. Clvne. I.eadville. ' 30 R. .McClintuck, Canon Citv, ' 31 K. CvRLEE. Sterling. ' 30 D. MCCONNELL, Hugo, ' 30 V. DiER, Denver. ' 31 H. Mickey, Denver. ' 30 E. Fee. Winsor. ' 31 P. .MiLLiNs, Denver, ' 30 W. Gleason, Denver, ' 30 ' . Powers, Denver, ' 30 R Prator, Bould er. ' 30 I lit If Alpha Chapter, 155U Broadway Page 27S Sigma Phi F-p ilc n ( Colors— Purple antl red Flowers — Roses and violets R. RvEHLE, Denver. ' 31 R. Rrhakds. Denver. ' 30 J. RoEilNsoN. l)cnver. ' 30 . Shattic. S;»lem. l)re.. ' G. Stack, Denver. ' 31 H. SwEDl.rSD, Boulder. ' 30 C. Tavi.cik. lioulder. ' 30 . . Waksick, Denver, ' 30 A. Whiteside. I.upton, ' 30 Pledges r. Bradley. Sterling, ' i2 E. Bray, Colorado Springs, ' 30 G. Brown. Denver. ' 32 G. ClRLEE. Sterling ' S2 F. GoEHRlNi.. Boulder. ' 32 G. Hart. Colorndo Springs. ' i2 J. Harvey, l.eadville. ' 31 K. Havlock. Denver. ' i2 F. Maxi-EY, Denver, ' 31 . . McWiixiAMs. I.upton, ' 32 V. Moore. Denvci. ' i2 S. Newell. Denver. ' 32 J. NicKOLSON. Denver, ' 30 ' . Reynolds. Denver. ' 32 ( ' .. KoniNsos. Denver. ' 32 I ' . Sawyer. Winsor. ' 32 R. Shattic. Salem. Ore.. ' 31 J. Todd. Sterling. ' 30 Paul Todd, Sterling, ' 32 BR V I ' RVroK . kCi NNKLL. l.nN... BkLL. WaKNICK. GeL.XSON. NeWELL. K. Cl Bicklxnd. ' Bradley. l.AM.. Haylock. Fee. Powers. Taylor. Mallens H.xrvev. II St. ck G. Robinson, Riehle,Cline, Richards. Sawyer, B. Sh. ttic, McW illiam- G. Brown Whiteside, M. Clagett. J. Clagett. G. Cvrife, Mickey, G. Hart, Aiken, Joy, NicKOLosoN. Bradfield Herron. J. Todd, Adams, Morlev, Kinney, Shattic, Moore, J. Robinson, R. Brow RLEE I NTINC.TON i, E. Hart, Reynolds, N, P. Todd Patt 279 Acacia «o®(a s O Founded at University of Michigan in 1904 Colorado Chapter established in 1911 Vm. Arthur Laurenxe Cole MiLO Derham Fred. Dvncan Clarence Eckel Russell (jeorge Members in Factilty John Hunter Robert Lewis Chas. Poe R. S. Downing John Brunton Homer Washburn Phil. Clubston A. Brown, Grand Junction, ' 29 G. Cosand, Boulder, ' 30 .■ . Fischer, Walden, ' 30 E. Hansen, Boulder, ' 30 W. Howard, Boulder, ' 29 J. Knoop, Versailles, Mo., ' 29 Active Mouhcrs R. F. F. ' . R. . LiNDERHOLM, Alamosa, ' 31 McCanne, Boulder, ' 29 MoNK.OMERY, Boulder, ' 30 ScHKopp, Boulder, ' 30 Wagler, Grand Junction, ' 29 Wright, Boulder, ' 30 Colorado Chapter oj Acacia, 1712 South Broadway Page ISO Acacia K e itdf-. Flower — The acacia ® Colors — Old gold antl black Pledges J. McKlNi.F.Y, Delcarbon. ' 29 C Peace. Rusk, Texas. ' 29 N. r. RKEK. Salida, ' 30 E. I ' l. tnek, Kit Carson, ' 32 G., Craig, ' 32 G. V. c.xEK. Russell Gulch. ' 32 K. V. 1DEL1CH. Savannah, 111., ' 32 K. Wild, Cripple Creek. ' 31 C. Ve. thers. Boulder, ' 29 Fischer. Strickler. Schropp, Howard Plainer. Parker. Waoner. McCanne Brown. Monti.omeky. Pi vce. Goikh Wild. Knoop. Waidelich. Wagner Pafl 2KI Phi Gamma Delta ■© ■ Washington and Jefferson University in 1848 BS SO Beta Kappa Chapter established in 19U President George Xorli.n Dr. Charles Poe Carl K. Hulley Frederick Slmmerill. M. D. Faculty Members Walter B. Franklin Dr. Russell D. George Thomas Field Prof. R. W. Durham Dr. Milo G. Derham Dr. O. M. Gilbert George S. Johnson, M. D. Active Moiibers G. Allott, Denver. ' 31 T. .■ uRELirs, Denver, ' 30 D. H. Bagnale, Longmont, ' 29 W. H. Bird, Denver, ' 29 L, Buchanan, W ' ray, ' 30 B. Buster, Hygiene, ' 31 G. Carlson, Greeley, ' 31 H. Chapman, Denver, ' 30 H. Conway, Denver, ' 31 R. Des Jardines, Denver, ' 29 H. Elliot, Boulder, ' 29 H. Gilbert, Boulder, ' 30 C. Gilman, Boulder, ' 30 C. GiTTiNGS, Denver, ' 31 R. Graves, Arvada, ' 30 H. HowLETT, Delta, ' 29 R. Lee, Denver, ' 29 P. Lockwood, Ft. Morgan. T. C. LuDY, Boulder, ' 31 R. Moore, Denver, ' 30 H. Olander, Denver, ' 30 D. P.atterson. Ft. Morgan, ' 30 ' 31 K:ts Beta Kappa Chapter, 1500 Broadway PageJSZ Phi (umima Helta •Cx ■ssseo Color — Royal [ ' urpic Flower — Clematis E. Kathih N. Houlilor, ' 30 V . StiTlinj;. ' , ' 0 W. Koi.EKs, New Mexico, ' 30 V. I MlTH, Paonia, ' 30 M. ' PENCER. F- " t. N ' organ. ' 31 R. Si ' ENCEK. Ft. Morgan. ' 30 1,. Stakk, Denver, ' 30 M. Thomas, Boulder, ' 29 D. Ward, Denver. ' 30 J. Wolff, Boulder, ' 29 Pledges J, Carlson, Greeley, ' 32 R. C.ILMAN. Boulder, ' i2 J. ( " .ORDOX, l.a r.range, 111., ' il E. Fowler, La (irange. III., ' 30 W. l.ACY. Grand Junction, ' il S. Moore. Denver, ' i2 J. Newell, Wyoming. ' 32 Roy Prangley, Boulder, ' il W. Railey, Denver, ' i2 R. Savage, Denver, ' il I.. Smith, Denver, ' il B. TiETs. Denver. ' 32 I. White. Boulder. ' 31 Wolf, 1-. Smith, Patterson, Stark, Tiets, Lacy Ragnall. Lee, . vrelus. Oilman, Olander, Des Jardines, Gilbert RoBERS. Thomas, Gittings. Gordon, W. Smith. .Xllott, Lockwood. Howlett Raley, Rathbin. Newell. M. Spencer, Conway. R. Spencer. Bi stek, J. Carlson. Chapman LiDY, Reagan, Graves, Bird, G. Carlson, S. Moore. R. Moore. Fowler, Elliott, Savage PoftZS} Sigma Chi - «)•■ ■!5« Founded ;it Miami I ' niversity in 1855 Beta Mu Chapter established in 1914 Waldo E. Brockway Members in Fueiilty Edwin B. Place Wallace Baccjn Active Members J. Babcock, Pueblo, ' 31 P. Bruner, Burlington, ' 30 S. CoLBURN, Denver, ' 31 C. Darnall, Pueblo, ' 31 J. Davis, Craig, ' 29 D. P ' arrell, Pueblo, ' 30 W. Hagnv, Denver, ' 29 M. Hecox, Denver, ' 31 R. HoLDERNEss, Denver, ' 29 J. Houston, Denver, ' 30 L. Hughes, Los Angeles, Cal. J. -M. Jones, Hayden, ' 30 ' 30 H. King, Denver, ' 29 G. Koch, Keokuk, Iowa, ' 29 H. McGlNXis, Pueblo, ' 30 F. Parks, Oxford, Kan., ' 29 J. Peat. l n, Los Angeles, Cal., ' 29 G. Ricker, Denver. ' 30 C. Riddle, Denver, ' 30 W. Robinson, Boulder, ' 29 W. Selbach, Piedmont, Cal., ' 31 C. Sheets, Boulder, ' 30 K. Thies, Denver, ' 30 R. Thies. Denver, ' 29 ■fc IS) — t ■ JW A-n " Sjv r. ' -,• m Beta Mil Chapter, 1305 University Page 2S4 Sigma Chi K m fSf Colors — Blue and gold Flower — White rose W. TvRELL. Beaumont, Texas. M. ri.ERY, Walsenburg. ' .?! A. ' os, Denver, ' 30 •29 J. ' os. Denver, ' 30 K. W ' hitemax, Clarcmont. Cal.. ' 30 W. Wright, Champaign. III., ' 31 Pledges E. Bl. ck vood. .Alexandria. La. R. BosTwicK. Denver. ' 32 V. Cr. ig. Denver, ' 32 K. D. FFERXER, Denver, ' 32 V. Dovi-E, Tulsa. Okla.. ' 31 E. George, Springfield, ' 30 K. McDoNOiGH, Denver, ' il S. Pi,EAs. XT, Craig. ' 31 R. RoniNsos. Boulder. ' 32 M. Str. cv. Trinidad. ' 31 H. S. Thomas, Springfield. III. ' 31 C. os, Denver, ' 32 C. Waller, Shreveport, La., ' 32 •32 HHUI — ' ' — K P- ' 4H L I L K I L i l m B flH Ml 9v. K ' V r l M H - L B T 1 IVi 1 n E lflHI K. I mK . li i.N , I II I 1 l:, MK ( H. ( li . I LEKV. I iKDkl.K Selbach. J. ' )s. Darsall. IIecox. Chaig, Karrell, .V. ' s W. Robinson. Wright. MrDoNni (,ii. Mh.hes. Hoiston. K. Thies, Coliurn. Pleasant Briner. Kin(., Whiteman. Ddvle. McI.innis. IIoloerness. Waller Jones. Blackwood. Thomas. Bostwk k. Sheets, Oaffernek, Baik (h k, Kohinson P,i( 2 ? jfi m Phi Kappa Psi " oiiiided at Washington and Jefferson College in 1852 -55 Alpiia ( " liapter established in 1914 Di( H. M. Barrett Fdculty Ml lubcrs James H. Elder W. I.. Cassell Active Members D. AiTKEN, Denver, ' 29 II. Anderson, Georgetown, ' 30 J. D. Banks, Denver, ' 31 L. E. Burnett, Colorado Springs, ' 29 R. Campbell, Florence, ' 30 J. Cotton, Boulder, ' 29 F. DeMetrovitch, Denver, ' 30 T. Davis, Denver, ' 30 J. DowNiE, Denver, ' 31 J. EwiNG, Grealey, ' 30 C. Fletcher, Denver, ' 30 H. Glaze, Denver, ' 31 R. Humes, Denver, ' 29 K. Keegan, Denver, ' 29 F. Kibler, Colorado Springs, ' 30 N. Kinney, Denver, ' 29 J. Kirkpatrick, Walsenburg, ' 31 J. Macey, Denver, ' 31 .11 film Chapter, hZO Twelfth Page 2S6 Phi Kappa Psi e t50 Colors — Cardinal red and Hunter ' - Sjrt ' cn. Floiier — Jacquelin rose J N ' cDowEl.i.. Greeley, ' 30 11. N!cKav, Colorado Springs. ' 30 V. Nevins. Denver, ' 29 C. Philpott, Greeley, ' 29 F ' ., Indianapolis, Ind., ' 29 G. Reilly, Indianapolis, Ind., ' 30 T. Shins, Denver, ' 31 T. YouNCE, Chicago. III., ' 30 Pledges G. .■ le. andek. Castle Rock, ' i2 VV. Clow. Denver. ' 32 .F. Dickinson. Chicago. III., ' 32 D. E. i ' .. N. Casper, Wyo.. ' il D. Havens. Denver. ' 32 D. Jones, Seattle, Wash., ' 32 P. Kelly. Greeley. ' 32 J. McKee, Denver, ' 32 1). RoVEK, Greeley, ' 32 C. Smith, Colorado Springs. ' 32 R. Ha .i.ett, Casper, Wyo., ' 32 C. HiNDLiDER, Denver, ' 32 R. Tkkry. Denver. ' 32 W. Thatch, Denver. ' 32 (.. KtiLi.v. KiiiLEK. m N(,e. Davi?. . ll. amii.k. Hank.-, . U Kay Smith. Jones. Himes. Kikkpatkick. CiLAZE. Macey. Dickinson P. Reii.i.y. Terry. Campbell. H. .Xnderson. DeMetrovitch. Shim. Downie N. Kinney. Nevin. Keeoan. P. Kelly. McDowell. Thatch. McKee. ( " low Havens, Fletcher. Birnett, Eaoan, Cotton, Hindeklider, Hazlett, Royer PagtZST Alpha Sigma Phi •CXS ! ■!!5 C» Founded at Yale in 1845 Pi Chapter estal)lished in 1915 Frank A. Eastom Walter F. Mallory Members in Faciiltv Warren Raeder Mervin S. Coover Clarence C. Eckel Active Members A. Allen, Denver, ' 30 K. Beard, Cheyenne, ' 31 H. T. Barnes, Denver. ' 31 F. BoniER, Denver, ' 29 D. Buck, Denver, ' 29 H. Bull, Boulder, ' 30 N. Campbell, Ft. W ' orth, Texas, ' 30 J, Keachie, Wyoming, ' 29 J. Lesser, Boulder, ' 31 E. F. Lyle, Telluride, ' 30 I. Mahanna, Colby, Kan., ' 29 J. O ' CoNNER, Boulder, ' 29 F. Russell, Denve r, ' 31 C. A. Eubanks, Manitou, ' 29 D. Hayes. Vermont, ' 29 D. HoLFORD, Denver. ' 31 C. Hanson, Kansas, ' 29 .A. Jones, Denver. ' 30 C. Jones, Boone, ' 30 Z. Roller. Wray, ' 31 R. ScHLAPPi, California, ' 31 S. Sedgewick, Denver, ' 29 G. Speirs, Kansas, ' 31 E. D. Sturdyvin. Illinois, ' 31 M. ScHULTZ. Pueblo, ' 31 J. Wigglesworth, Durango, ' 31 ' jKry Pi Chapter, Twelfth and Pennsylvania Page 2SS 1 f Alpha Sigma Phi m ' f0 i ' m Colors — Cardinal and stone Flower — Cardinal Rose Pll ' di CS R. AprKl.. C.ranada. ' 32 M. Barnes, Boulder, ' 32 D. BicK, Denver, ' il R. Behn, St. I.ouis. Mo.. ' 2 ' ) H. Bill, Boulder, ' 32 W. Elliott, Corsicana, Texas, ' 3 L. Ekickson, South Dakota, ' 31 C. [• " . 1VRE, Boulder, ' 32 W. GlXDER, California. ' 31 R. II.VLE, California, ' 32 F. HoDGKixsoN, Nebraska, ' 32 M. Jones. South Dakota, ' 3! II. IllLLLVKi). Denver, ' 31 V. Patterson. Denver, ' 32 R. Thompson, Nebraska, ' 32 R. nu;ht, Boulder, ' 31 Keiffer, Keachie, .Allen, Sedgewick, Patterson, Lesser, Schlappi SCHILTZ. HlLLLVRD. . PPEL. BlLL, BlCK, BaRNES, MoIK.KINSON Barnes. Wk.glesworth. Bick. Holforo. Roller. Beard, (amphell, Russell Hale, Jones, Wright, II. Bill, Cinder, Erickson, Bokier, Hanson Mahanna, Elliott, Lyi.e, Faivre, Eudanks, M. Jones, Thompson, Sellers, Speirs Pcift 2S9 19 Kappa Sigma «o 3)(a Founded at ' irginia University in 1867 •SiSO C.amma Tau Chapter established in 1916 Monbcrs in Fdciiltv Dean Homer C. W ' ashbvrn Ralph Brown Active Members R. Best, GaUa. 111., ' 31 X. Baker, Pueblo, ' 30 VV. Braddock. Denver, ' 31 R. Candler, Littleton, ' 31 H. Cleveland, Julesbun;, ' 31 R. DvCE, Boulder, ' 31 V. (iuNTHEK, Boulder, ' 31 L. HoLDEN, Denver, ' 31 R. Johnston, Denver, ' 31 W.Kelley, Denver, ' 30 R. Kellev, Denver, ' 31 G. Kroh, Loveland, ' 31 B. LaSelle, Ada, Okla., ' 31 H. Lennartz, Boulder, ' 30 W. Lloyd. Pueblo, ' 31 B. Wicks, Boulder, L. LoLGHMAN. Philadelphia, Pa., ' 30 D. McCain, . i t. ' 31 G. MosiER, Greeley, ' 31 J. Obenchain. Denver, ' 30 J. Rames, Boulder, ' 31 C. RisiEN, New York, ' 31 S. Seelv, Montrose, ' 30 G. SiEVERS, (ilenwood Springs, ' 31 K.Smith, Boulder, ' 31 R. Si ' angler, Boulder, ' 31 W. Tegt.meyer, Boulder, ' 30 R, Tucker, Glenwood Srpings, ' 31 R. Whinnerah, Ouray, ' 31 .A. West, Pueblo. ' 31 J. Wolf. Grand Junction, ' 31 ' 31 Gamma Tau Chapter, 9SI KIcirnth Paie 290 Kappa Sigma om I- -Ji JO Colors — S-carlet, white and green Fhnver — I.ily of the valley Pledges R. Avers, Buena ' ista, ' il J. BoNSEY, I.ongmont, ' 31 J. Brooks, Pueblo, ' il J. CowciLL. San Benito, Texas, ' 32 H. Cox, Retllands, Cal., ' 30 H. Clotfelter, Portland, ' il R. Ci RKAN, Pueblo, ' il A. Decker, Denver, ' 32 J. HiilliHVxv, Str.itliin ' il D. McGowAN, Claude, Texas, ' 32 H. Romberg, Burlington, ' 32 R. RtCKER, Creeley, ' 32 J. ScARnoKo, Denver, ' il J. SiiACKi.EioRi), Ciunnison, ' 32 C Si.isHER, .Xrvada, ' il V. SpEiss, Denver, ' 32 V. SCHWAHENI.AND, Berthouil, ' 30 I-. Tucker, Boulder, ' il Ll llLK. I.A Al.LK. H. I.m l.llMAN. )lli;NC HAIN, MiWlK.-.. KlJl.LEV, I Kl. I MEYER ' DWI.KV RlCKER, L. I.Olt.HMAN. Wol.KE. SlIACKI.EFORD, SeEI.EV. KrdU, Mc io VAX. DECKER, IIeXRY W ' lCKs. t " l RRAN, HoLLOWAV. BaKER. Ull.l.lAMS. KeI.I.EV. ( ' .INTHEK. RaMES Si ' EISS. I.I.OVD, Tl CKER, HoLDEN, RuMHERi;. ScHWAHENLASIl. AVRES, JOHNSTON Weii.amv CkMiinv. ( " luvi.iLL, Braddock, Dice, Whinserah, Brooks, Si xknnMn. Smith 2 ' l Phi Sigma Delta •e-® Founded at Columbia University in 1910 ■?l@« Theta Chapter established in 1919 Active Ah ' Dihcrs M. Freedman " . Denver, ' 31 M. Gardexswartz. Denver, J. GoROCHOW, Denver, ' 31 P. Goodman, La Junta, ' 31 •30 M. Greenspoon, Arvada, A. Lavitt. Denver, ' 29 O. Lasser, Spivak. ' 30 J. Pepper. Denver, ' 31 29 Thela Chapter — 1016 Fourleoilh Page 291 I Phi Sigma Delta Colors — Purple .mil white Flo-iver — None M. MH« vi KK. l)en er, ' .U J. Shekman, Denver, ' 30 D. Weisberg. Ogden, I ' tah, ' 30 S. ZwEiBEL, Denver, " 30 J. MoisE, Santa Rosa. N. M.. ' il E. MoisE, Santa Rosa. N. M.. ' il Pledges M. Schwartz, Denver, ' il E. SpiENOELMAN. Denver, ' 32 I..KLL. . .li. " .iN. MIl.Ni,.Ll,MA.N, Mul.-.t, e ll AVDEK J. MolSE. SfHWAKT . ( " .OODMAN. C.OROCHOW. ZWEIBEL Lavitt. Kreedman. Weinberi;. Lasser. CiArdenswartz. Shermax PateNi Chi Psi Founded at Tnion College, N. Y., in 1841 ! © Alpha Psi Delta Chapter established in 1920 Moiiber in Faculty J. S. .McLucAs Active Members A. Bent, Denver. ' . 0 G. Bent, Denver, ' 31 A. BoswoRTH, Denver, ' 30 D. Carmodv, Denver. ' 31 T. Dkinkwater, Denver. ' 30 C. GoETZ, Mukwonago, Wis., ' 30 P. Hannum, Denver, ' 29 C. Hayes, Pueblo, ' 30 J. Hays, Denver, ' 31 S, Keoighan, Den er, ' 29 E. Leaky, Denver, ' 29 R. McCallion, Den er. ' 29 H. jMcKeen, Denver D. Macleay. Boulder, ' 30 R. Patterson, Denver, ' 29 W. Patterson, Denver, ' 30 F. Reid, Denver, ' 29 W. Robinson, Denver, ' 31 R. Schwartz, Colorado Springs, ' 31 S. Sherman, Denver, ' 31 I j n am tammaai Alpha Psi Delta Chapter, NOO Broadway Page 294 Chi Psi m-; ws f» Colors — Purple and gold Flower — None J. Shiner, San Francisco, Cal., ' 30 D. Slait.hter, Dallas, Texas, ' 29 N. Smith, Denver, ' 31 G. Stanwood, Ridseway, ' 31 G. Strong, Denver, ' 29 P. Strong, Denver, ' 30 R. ViDAL, Colorado Springs, ' 31 H. Way, Indianapolis, Ind., ' 29 D. Wkrtz, Independence, Kan., ' 31 A. Williams, Colorado Springs, ' 30 Pledges S. Benbow, Colorado Springs, ' 32 J. De l.oNOCHAMPs, Colorado Springs, ' 32 E. Ellet, Denver, ' 32 H. Foster, Denver, ' 31 J. I.ATCHAM, Denver, ' 32 D. MooRE. Denver, ' il H. Nance, Denver, ' S2 . . Porter, Roswell. N. M., ' 31 ( ' .. RoniNsoN, Denver. ' 31 C. RoniE, Santa Fe, N. M., ' M C. RiHV, Memphis. Tcnn., ' 31 J. Wells, Denver, ' 32 S. Winchester, Hutchinson, Kan., ' 32 ■Kk J ' d i k iBH w XjA ' Mpft SB HB {MB iUi Biiifi J H CuLVIN. ScHWAKT . ( ' .(IKT , Kl.LKT. MnoKr,. Ma( ( I.KAV. I ' . MKllNc. Si,Ar(iHTER. C. Stronc.. ( " .. Robinson. McIIkkn. IIannim. Rohie. Skinner. R. Patterson KEor(iHAN, C. Bent. I)eI.on™hamps. Sherman. Williams. C. Hays. Porter. Wertz Wells. Carmandy. Smith. . . Bent. W. Patterson. J. Hays, Reid, W. Robinson Latcham, Stanwood. Foster, Winchester. M( (ai.lion. I.ihhy. Nance. Boswokth. X ' idal Page 29 f Pi Kappa Alpha B«(K Founded at Iniversity of ' irginia in 1868 Beta Lpsilon Chapter established in lOii Faculty Member Joseph Bunting Active Members D. Bexge, Sterling, ' 30 D. Brilhart. Boulder, ' 31 B. Brimmer, Denver, ' 29 V. E. Chambers, Edgewater, ' 29 C. Content, Boulder, ' 32 A. HoxsKA, Denver, ' 31 R. Hynds, Monte Vista, ' 29 J. Irwin, Trinidad, ' 31 J. KoEHLER. Denver, ' 29 R. White, Goodrich, ' 30 H. Mallison, Raton, . M., ' 30 R. Philip, Ft. Lupton, ' 29 X. PlTNAM, Ft. Lupton, ' 30 M. RiDGE, Colorado Springs, ' 30 R. C. Rlbright, Boulder, ' 32 V. Rule, Raton, N. M,, ' 30 J. F. Ryan, Boulder, ' 30 C. R. Sebastian, Raton, X. M., ' 30 C. X ' olkman, St. Louis, .Mo., ' 19 W. ' ijGT, .Alamosa, ' 29 Beta Upsiton Chapter, 1090 Thirteenth Page 296 I Pi Ivappa Alpha » @ia ! » Colors — Garnet and gold Flower — l.ily of the valley J. Andekson, Kads, " 31 K. Hoke. Raton. N. M.. ' 32 W. KixzM. N, Ft. I.iipton. ' 32 T. Kasmissex. Boulder. ' 30 Pledges V. SwEK. El Paso. " 32 K. Smith. Denver, ' 32 II. Wahi.strom, Hoiildcr, K. Ai i.H, Ordway. ' 31 ' 31 G. Work. C ' hadron. Neb., ' il L l i % r a sk l Ka.- MI .-.- ' EN, ul.KMAN. KiT.E. WuKK, A11I. 1 KO.M. lluKL Ryan. Ribri(,ht. Kt nzman. Koeiiler. Anderson. Ridge I ' lTNAM. 1 1111. IP. ClIAMltERS. ( " oNTENT, SeHASTIAN Howard. White. .Mail. Hvnes. Irwin. Mai.linson Smith. Dr aper, Waii.h. oot, Saner, Binge, Brimmer Pate Z9T Lambda Chi Alpha • Founded at Boston University in 1909 Gamma Mu Zeta Chapter established in 1923 W. O. BiKK Members in Ftwnltv W. C.Dv Val E. P. Allen, Boulder, ' 29 C. L. Black, Denver, ' 29 i I. Beckwith, Boulder, ' 30 C. F. Cook, Loveland, ' 30 C. M. CoFFMAN, Olatha, ' 29 R. Chapman, Peonia, ' 31 S. F. Cramer, Loveland, ' 31 A. F. Campbell, Pueblo, ' 30 H. D. Collins, Boulder, ' 30 H. J. Deines, Loveland, ' 30 P. E. Demeter, Denver, ' 30 Active AIcDihers C. H L. R J. F. R. F. L. E. K. M H. L. D. E. D. A. L. W. K.J DuRNiNG, Leadville, ' 29 DiCKERsoN, Greeley, ' 30 Denton, Alabama, ' 29 Erickson, Canon City, ' 29 Gaither, Arkansas, ' 29 . Hutton, Florence, ' 30 Hutchinson, Colorado Springs, ' 29 Morgan, Pueblo, ' 31 McLean, Pierce, ' 29 Morris, Boulder, ' 29 Meigs, Pueblo, ' 29 rrwr Gimma Mu Zeta Cluijitcr. 1441 Turlflh Page 29S Lambda Chi Alpha c m Colors — Purple, green and gold ¥ »ac Flower — X ' iolet 1.. B. ()VEKFKI.T. Boulder, ' . O M. II. I ' lTNEY. Clieraw, ' 30 M. E. Ryan. Rocky Ford, 79 E. F. Sechler, Denver, ' 30 O. P. Shali-EXberoer. Boulder, •30 I.. T. B. Teal. Boulder, ' I ' ) I). B. West. Washington. ' 30 I " . N. Williams, Tollerberg. ' 29 I ' . Harrison, Denver, ' 30 G. Stemmler, Denver, ' 30 ' . ' . Anderson, Victor, ' 31 A. Bell, Denver, ' 30 E. BiECKER, Pueblo, ' 32 C. BlTi.ER. Trinidad, ' 32 J. Dedisse, Evergreen, ' 32 B. ( RiiiiiLE. Pueblo, ' 32 P. HiLE, l.oveland, ' 32 Pledges . . Rathoven. Oklahoma, ' 32 P. Savaoe, Idaho, ' 32 K. Scott, Pueblo, ' 32 M. Steele. Kansas ' 32 T. I ' axton. Ilotrhkiss, ' i2 N. Weir, Pueblo. -SI West, MeU.s. DaKEKsuN. lll it IIINSDN. KkICKsON. tun man. ( ■AITHKK. IIILE. lt)sTER Morris. Fishhirn. Cramer. Bitler. Cami-hell. Ryan. IIitton. Blecker . li.en. Steele. Bell. I ' axton. McLean, Rathvon. Dedisse Pitney, Teal. Black. Sechler. Ovkrfelt. Savace. Dirning. Demes Scott, Shallenberger, Harrison, Morgan, Beckwith. Grihble, Chapman, Demeter Paft299 Phi Kappa Tau • m Si«i§0 Founded at Miami University in 1906 Psi Chapter established in 1924 Active Members J. Anderson. Denver, ' 29 V. Arthur, Boulder, ' 31 C. Benxewitz, Longmont, ' 31 R. CoYLE, Boulder, ' 30 R. Crosby, Denver, ' 31 A. CuDWORTH, Ft. Morgan, ' 29 L. CisHENBERY, Colorado Springs, ' 31 H. Ellis. Denver, ' 31 V. Hitchcock, Denver, ' 31 H. HoBBS, Rawlins, Wyo.. ' 29 R. H0G. N, Ft. Morgan. ' 31 E. Johnson, Palisade. ' 29 V. K.A.NE, Sterling, ' 29 F. Knoth. Denver, ' 31 O. LiDEN, Leadville, ' 29 G. I.IPSEY, Boulder. ' 29 R. M.AHER. Denver, ' 29 C. Xettleton, Loveland, ' 31 ip»;r:;i Psi Chapter, 1229 Unirersily fT ' T T T I Page 300 Phi Kappa Tau ■i eSO Colors — Red and gold Flower — Red carnation A. Peck. Denver. ' 31 H. Richmond. Boulder. ' M V. RlCKEl., Kt. Morgan, ' il R. ScHL.XGETER. Denver, ' M E. ScHLfPP, l.ongmont, ' 31 S. Stanley, Denver, ' 30 D. Stoddard. Loveland. ' 31 E. Talley, Saguache, ' 30 F. Walter, Denver, ' 30 G. VNhiting, l.ongmont, ' 31 D. Anderson, Denver, ' 32 C. Armstrong, Boulder, ' i2 R. Finch, Boulder, ' il L. Hint, Ft. Morgan, ' S2 C n. Mai.( now. Brush. ' M Pledges V. Dlander, Sterling. ' i2 B. SpANGLER, Briggsdale, ' 32 R. Williams. Ft. Morgan, ' 32 J. Winters. Denver, ' 32 R. RUiHT. Denver. ' 32 OlANDER, ClDWORTH, ( " .. AnDEKSON. RICHMOND. SPEARMAN. PeCK. ArTHIR I.ipsey, ScHLipp, McCoRMicK. Nettleman, R. Coyle. Stagner. Liden. Kane Hitchcock. Johnson. D. .Anderson. Hodbs, Malchow, Schlageter, Rickel Hint. Williams. Stoddard, IIogan, Bennewitz. .Armstrong. Talley Walter, Ellis. Finch, Whiting, Spangler, Stanley, Diebold, Cushenhery PattJOl Delta Sigma Phi ■ . Founded at College of New Vork City in 1899 Alpha Rho Chapter established in 1924 C. A. Hutchinson V. C. TOEPLEMAN Members in Facidtv D. V. O ' Day J. M. Blair J. W. ' axder vilt 1 I Active Members C. Bitter, Denver, ' 29 T. Bowman, Denver, ' 30 L. V. Bremmer, California, ' , ' 0 F. Carey, Pueblo, ' 30 K. Clemens, Boulder, ' 30 A. Dakan, Longmont, ' 30 A. Frost, Central City, ' 31 R. Ginning, Boulder. ' 30 J. Hardison, De Beque, ' 30 F. Horal, Denver, ' 31 L. Intemann, Denver, ' 29 J. Jay, Salida, ' 30 E. Keith, Iowa, ' 31 E. Kimball, Denver, ' 29 L. KiRBY, Steamboat Springs, ' 29 H. Lambert, Lafavette, ' 31 « ■ut Alpha Rho Chapter, 1221 Uniiersily Page 302 Delta Siiima Phi ® ago Colon — Green and white Flmtvr — White carnation O. Leonard. Denver, ' M L. Lesser, Denver, ' 31 E. LvcE, ( " irover, ' 30 E. 1 ' i.EiN, Sterling, ' 29 A. Rasmissen, Denver, ' 31 K. Reardox, Salicla, ' 29 R. Reardox, Salida, ' 29 E. Remmex, North Dalvota, •31 D. Rogers, Nebraska, ' 31 W. Schmidt, Denver, ' 31 P. SlIKITAKD, I ' t. Luptoii. ' 30 D. Swav e, New Mexico, ' 30 A. Tvi.ek. Delta, ' 29 ( " .. Wakken, Fort, Morgan, ' 29 V. Weathers, Boulder, ' 30 L. Whitxey, Wyoming, ' 30 (i. A bell, Denver, ' 32 J. Babiakz, Illinois, ' 32 L. Blaxc, Denver, ' 32 ' . Boillot, Fort Morgan, ' 32 J. Buell, Denver, ' 32 L. Carsox, Shanghai. China, ' M H. CoppEDC.E. New Mexico, ' 31 Pledges J. DeHoltzer. Denver, ' il M. ' riRLEV, Denver. ' 31 K. Mn.i.EK. Boulder, ' 32 E. Williams, Central City, ' il P. WiLSOX, New Mexico, ' 31 M. York. Pueblo. ' 31 P. Zinc, New Mexico. ' 32 Bi ELL, Zisc, WiLMiN. Rasmissen. I.eunakd. WiiirNEV Bremmer. Reardox. Warren, Kimhall, Coppedi.e, Frost, Pleix Ro ;ers. Bahiar . Carson. C.rxNiNC, Blanc, Swavze Lesser. DeHoi.tzkr. Williams. I.k e. Tyler, Schmidt. Sheppakd York. Boillot. IIoral. Keith. Ixtemaxx. Kikhv. Bowmax, Miller Pusf 303 Theta Xi s (§xa Founded at Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, 1864 « Alpha Eta Chapter Established 1929 ■aiSO Ralph L. Crosman Walter Nelson FciciiUy Members Waino Nyland Arnold Logan A. S. McMasters E. I. FjELD Robert Snyder Active Members R. Arnold, Meeker. ' 29 H. AsHTON, Boulder, ' 30 D. Beebe, Ouray. ' 30 H. Benton, ( " .reeley. ' il F. Benson, Salina. ' 30 C. Beitman, Boulder, ' 30 R. Blackwell, ( " .rand Junction, ' 29 R. Cass, Boulder, ' 31 X. Davis, lone, ' 29 R. DiTTMAN, Denver, ' 32 J. Dilley, Canon City, ' 32 P. Davlson, Boulder, ' 31 R. Ryan, Brighton, ' 30 L. Springer, Chicago, 111., ' 29 W. Stoit, Clifton, ' 31 E. Garland, Boulder, Grad. J. Clingman, Tolland, ' 31 R. Hetherington, Denver. ' 31 V. Kemp, Boulder, Grad. A. Logan, Boulder. Grad. C. MuNsoN. Boulder, ' 29 L. Polk. Canon Citv. ' 30 F. Peck. Boulder. ' 3 ' l S. Piper, Des Moines, Iowa, ' 31 R. Partington, Rock Sprgs., Wyo, ' 31 D. Roth, Glade Park, ' 30 J. Ruck, Denver, ' 30 R. Ward, Grand Juni tion. ' 29 i . r V Krrpke. Rlck, Williams. Kelly, Siaiil, Pipkk Blackwell, Dilly, Davison, Beeiuc, Arnold, M. Shekril, Polk, Kemp Roth, I ' " enton, Garland, Miller, Stoit, Sprincser, Ward. Partington. Bagktt Davis. Fink, W. Siikrrii.l, Taylor, Eggleston, Benton, N ' olkman, Ryan, Logan, Jackson MiNsoN, Hetherington, . shton, Cass, Perk, Bradfield, Dittman, Grove, Ritchie, Benson Page 304 riiss Theta Xi IZIIfi O FloKtrs — None Colors — l-iglil l)lue anil white Mriiibers M. K. Blackuikn, Boulder, ' 2 ) R. E. Barnakd, Pueblo, ' 31 I.. Baidino, Durango, ' 31 J. BoTl.EMAN, Colorado Springs, ' 20 B. Bkadfoki), Durango. ' 20 t " . (HAMiiKKS, Morley. ' 29 H. CrsEO, Boulder. ' 31 I). Hike, llaxtun, ' 30 R. Kekr. Crested Butte, ' 20 W. Lester. Denver, ' 20 T. E. Mason, Durango, ' 30 O. MiLLiKAN, Boulder, ' 31 C. Newsom. Texas, ' 30 A. Oberg, Denver, ' 20 ( ' •. Perkins, Durango, ' 31 J. Poind, Chama, N. M., ' 20 K. Poind. Chama. N. M., ' 31 H. SiMi.i.ANE, Kt. Morgan, ' 30 V. Stoddard. Connecticut. ' 20 .• . Zanoni, Trinidad, ' 30 l.KstKK, Zi ?K. Barnard, Bandino, Hire Dawis, Manon, Stoddard. Levering. Poind. Boti.eman Bastian. Oberg. Liliecrop. Oi.eky. Newsom Chambers, Nassaman. Ci ko Pi kkins, Mii.i.ikan. Zasoni ' j -.- Theta Xi ■ io Colors — Green and gold Pledges F. Bradfield, Dolores, ' 29 B. Bagett, Carbondale, ' 32 L. Eggleston, Boulder, ' 32 C. Fentox, Boulder, ' 30 R. Grove, Meeker, ' 30 V. Funk, Colorado Springs, ' 31 D. Kelley, Denver, ' 32 W. " oi.KMAN, Menard, Texas, ' 32 O. Krapke, Oklahoma City, ' 32 G. Miller, Colorado Springs, ' 31 R. Morrison, Dolores, ' i2 C. Ritchie, Sirrine Mesa, Ariz. W. Sherill, Crawford, Xeb., ' 32 M. Sherill, Crawford, Xeb., ' il M. Stahl, Denver, ' 32 M. T.WLOR, Dolores, ' 32 Alpha E.a, 1305 College Page 306 ■20i Thcta Xi oSx- l ' != S©C» . Dowis, Denver, ' .U A. HriioiNs, Trini la(l, ' i2 D. I.EVERlNi;, Trinidad, ' i2 J. Olehv, l.a Hara, ' 32 C. NossAMAX, Pagosa Springs, ' i2 M. DoicLAS, Hotchkiss, ' i2 R. I-IU.ICROFT, Sheldon, X. Dak., 32 H. Bastiax, Ouray, " 32 S. ZrziCK. Durango, ' 32 Alpha Eta Chapter. 1134 Pleasant Pott 307 Interfraternity Council Scv ior Acacia Roland McCanne Alpha Sigma Phi Xed Campbell Alpha Tan Omega Colin Hershey Beta Thela Pi Howard Grant Beta Gamma Clingan Jackson Chi Psi Paul Bent Delta Tail Delta Perry Bartlett Delta Sigma Phi H. L. Intemann Kappa Sigma JOHN Rames Lambda Chi Alpha . . Millard Ryan Phi Delta Theta ... Herbert Stroll Phi Gamma Delta W ' m. S.mith Phi Kappa Tan Oscar Liden Phi Kappa Psi Peter Reidly Phi Sigma Delta Hershel Schwavder Pi Kappa Alpha Chester ' olkman Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... Stuart Beresford Sigma Chi Harold King Sigma Nu Chas. Smith Sigma Phi Epsilon .... .Arthur Clune Sigma Rho Jesse Pound Junior ' ictoi( Sedewick Martin Maloney Lewis Hall Joe Ruck Ed. Smith John Swift Elmer Plein Norman Baker Carlton Cook Karl Portman Waldo Rogers Sherwood Stanley Henry Anderson Ma.x Freedman Royal Rubright James Blue Melvin Jones Earl Mosley Kenneth Curlee R. . . Kerr 1 Kimball, Sedgwick, XDi.kman, (.rant, . nderson Liden, Rogers, Hall, Ruck, Cook, Bartlett Reilly, Swift, Smith, Ryan, Camimiici.l, Beresford Inteman, Brown, King, Hershey, Maloney, Jackson, Stanley ;v«f 30S InUTlialciniLy CuLint-il » -i ' ! ■ )[ Dean P. d. Worcestek Officers Howard CiRant . I ' krrv Harti.ktt Piiii.i.ii ' C. Worcester PresidaH Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer GC) ' I 1 . 1 ( . I)()il regulating tlic lushini; [lolicies and social affairs to a limited degree of all fraternities on the campus. The Interfraternit - Council is conipcsed of two dele- gates or representatives from each social fraternity on the campus. These delegates must he iuniors and seniors. Pate 309 Honorar ' and Professional FRATERNITIES P,2fr n I Phi Beta Kappa mCi® S SO Foiiiuled 1 ( ( () Colorado Ali_iha ( " ha]iter, estalilished 1U()4 Members in Boulder, iq2 -28 Hattie R. Anderson Mrs. W. J. Baird Harry M. Barrett Antoinette S. Bigelow Warren F. Bleecker Milton Boone Frederick D. Bramhall Caroline Brifey James W. Broxon Charles R. Burger Mrs. Owen Cattell Phil R. Cligston Mrs. J. V. Cohen Lawrence W. Cole .Maud E. Craig Morti.mer B. Daniels Mrs. Pall M. Dean MiLO G. Derham Carl C. Eckhardt John B. Ekeley Dr. Paul Farrington .Angeline Figley Jessie Fitzpatrick Mrs. E. I. Fjeld Percy S. P ' ritz Ben S. Galland Evelyn Gentry F. E. E. Germ ANN Mrs. Clay E. Giffin Colin Goodykoontz Margaret Harper Fred B. R. Hellems Mrs. W. E. Henderson Mr. V. E. Henderson Herman Karnow Hugh C. Keine Claribel Kendall Dorothea Klemme George Norlin Mrs. Harlow E. Platts Mrs. Anna Powless Francis Ram.aley Marjorie Reyburn George F. Reynolds Edna D. Romig Emma D. Schwabenland Mrs. H. R. Smithies Robert Snyder Maurice Smith Mrs. Maurice Smith Frederick Storke Frances P. Stribic Earl Swisher Mabel " an Duzee Edward J. West .Anna W. ' Elizabeth Williams Margaret Williams Francis Wolle Gertrude Wright Elected Spring and Fuill of IQ2S Theodore Berg Helen Bishop I ' reida Clemens Dorothy Dihon Tho.mas Eaton Wm. Griffith Edwards, Jr Maky Evans Flor ence Fui.cher Elizabeth ( ambill Evelyn Gentry Martha Griswold Imogene Hadlev CiEORGE HeTHERINGTON Louise Johnson Harold Koernek Barbara Mulnix Lucille Phillips . be Ravin Thelma Strickland I ' reida Wiluv S. Cornelia Wilkin Margaret ' illi. ms Page 312 Simna XI m ! »30 Officers William U. I ' ietenpol Clarence L. Echel . Dr. Mairice H. Rees (Denver) Charles K. Poe F ' kank S. Baier President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Active Members F. G. Allen R. D. Georoe K. F. MUENZI.NOER F. S. Baier F. E. Germann V. Nelson ( " .. J. Berchet O. M. Gilbert E. Pea BODY W. K. Bleeker H. J. GiLKEY E. F. Peterson K. H. Brown C. GlLLASPIE V. B. Pietenpol J. W . Broxon J. Henderson C. F. PoE W. A. BlRNHAM r. 11. lloWELLS R. Ramaley T. D. COCKEKELL . . S. IIol -.HTON M. Reed T. D. CotKERELL (Mrs.) M. Mylan P. Shope 1.. V. Cole J. A. IIlNTER F. R. Spencer E. CRAro E. JOH.NSO.N F. P. Strikic R. D. Crawford C. Kendall W. C. Toepelmax P. . l. Dean . . J. Ke.mpxer H. B. Van alkenbi rch I. M. DeLono O. C. Lester J. W. X ' anderwilt F. Eastox N. Le " eqle F. OGT C. L. Eckel H. G. Light (i. Wakeham J. B. Ekeley ' . P. Li noviCH F. Walz M.S. Evans C. y . McCoRMICK R. J. Watson ' . B. Fischer V. F. L i.Li)RY R. C. Whitman D. A. Gagos H. . . Mii.ey P. G. Worcester G. H. . ndersox W. Bacon R. Betenskv L. G. Black D. Ehrenbirg J. T. Field ' . W. Floitz P. B. Frey Assoc idle Members W. S. IL LE C. Hathaway . W. Jones H. Karnow D. Ki.EMME T. A. .Mitchell D. O ' Day .A. A. O ' Kelley W. Raeder C. F. Recht J. E. Sellers P. SURBRCGG W. P. X ' andiver E. C. Westerfield A. Wyss Pa(t 31 3 Theta Sisma Phi m m a C ]] ' oiiicJ! s- Jounnilistif Fnttcniilv " ounded at the I ' liiversity of Washington, 1910 Al|ilia Lambda Chapter, founded in 1027 Officers AsTRiD Berg President Louise Abernathy Vice-President Dorothy Farmer Secretary Margaret Morton Treasurer Members Louise Abernathy AsTRiD Berg Elizabeth McCarthey Catherine McLntosh Alaine Meyer Marion Gilbert DaNNETTE IVlORROW Jean Spangleberger Olive Wight Georgina Whitmore Mary ' . Wells Sylvia Whitacre " iRGiNiA Stone Dorothy Farmer Abernathv, Bkrg, Farmer, McIntosh, Meyer Morrow, Morton, Spangleberger, Stone Pagi 314 w. Iota Sigma Pi 1 Iloiiorarv Woiiioi ' s Chemical Fratcniitv « ' X Members on Faciillv and Graduates I. Baik H. M. C.KAK U. i LEMME F. POE P. SlRBRL ' GG A. WlI.l.lAMS Officers RuHY Johnson . Dr. Edna Johnson Elizaheth Peabodv Grace Barki.ey President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Barklev. Hearon, Jackson, Morrow Snair, Throckmorton IW } Phi Delta Phi •s PO ' Honorary Lmi ' Frutcriiity Founded I ' liiversity ol Michigan in 1869 Thomas Inn Chapter established in 1907 Moiibcrs ill Faculty Dean James Grafton Rogers Frederick P. Storke Fred C. Folsox Joseph R. Long Lawrence W. DeMlth Norman Baker Conrad Ball Thos. a. Bradshaw Jack Healy Harry Howxett Active j Icriibcrs Julius Kingdom S. Park Kinney George Koch B. J. Loughman Jerome Paul J. F. PiNKNEY E. C. Rathbun John O. Rames Ward Showalter Sherman E. Walrod Mix, LoicHMAN, Paul, Pinknkv, IIowlett Kingdom, Koch, Walrod, Showalter Ball, Bradshaw, Smith, Kinney, Taylor Page 316 fSrtim Phi Alpha Delta ■5«0» Ilonorarx La:c Fraltriiitv Ted Adams Jesse Pound George Cosand Frederick Henry Active Members Vm. F. Schbopp Albert P. Fishkk Howard Ashton Milton Garwood FRANris Reardon George R. Miller Edwin Kkith John Holt Vm. Lloyd Pledges William Artiiir McKensie Cik ' krell Bayard Rhone X ' icTnR Wac.ler Allen Brown Rodger Crosby Herman Lennosty Pai ' l Fries Joe Botleman Gar%vood, F ' ries, Schropp, Pound Holt. Botleman, Lennartz, Artiiir Reardon, Cosand, F ' isher, Crosby Ashton, Adams, Waller, Rhone, Brown Patt}l7 om Phi Rho Sigma m o 2Ieiiihei ' s William C. John Ambler Walker Reed George Cotton Edwin Dailed William Mast Wray Gardner John Weaver Am. M. Peake William Lamberson George Shivers A. Cambell Denman James Allison- Horace FUSGN Joseph Parker Jack Bartholomew John C. Long WlLBER RoDGERS Kenneth Sawyer George Ellis Robert Gordon Clifford Nelson John (wllaspie William Lipscomb Howard Smith Warren Gilbert lg M. Peake, [. Hautholomrw. [. Gillaspie. C. Nelson, R. Gordon, W. Rogers, W. Gilbert, W. NL st C, Denman, J. W. (iAkDNEn, C. Lott, E. Daily, li. CUrioN. J. Pankick, j. Weaver G. Ellis, 1L I ' uson, M. Smith, W. Lambertson, K. Sawyer, J. Lon(,, W. Reed Page 31 1 Chi Delta Phi ©•■ .!ic?:T«?4 ' ? Honorary Literary Sorority Till. C hi Delta I ' lii Sorority was founded at liie I nixersity ol Tennessee at Knowille, Tennessee, in 1919. .Alpha Kappa Chapter was established in 1927. Faculty Adi ' isor Mks. Edna Romh; Graduate Students MVRIEL SiBELL Margaret Williams E. D. Brown. ' 20 K. Buckles. ' 29 M. Evans. . ' O R. EVERSOLE, ' iO C. EvERSOLE, ' 31 " . Fawlev, ' 31 Members C. Harris. ' 31 ( ' .. Morgan, ' 30 I). Morrow, ' 30 J. OSDORNE, ' 30 C. L. Plrdv, ' 29 E. J. Simpson, ' 31 M. I.. Stafford, ' 29 E. V. Stevenson, ' 31 I. ' . ToniAs, ' 29 W Weed, ' 30 B. Westhaver, ' 29 G. WiNsoR, ' 29 Brown. Bickles, Kawi.ev. Harris. Mori;an. Morrow, Osborne Simpson, Stevenson, Toiiias, Westhaver, Williams, Winsor Pant 119 Tau Beta Pi «v M©e Ihviornry Eiioincerino Fnitentily Charles D. Beach . Hudson Rathburn Cole Xeff H. Roys Arnold . David McLean Sartwell E(;erton Officers President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Historian H. R. Arnold C. D. Beach R. Blackwell F. Bobier F. Bradfield S. Egerton D. Ehrenbvro D. A. McLean Active Members C. Neff C. Taylor A. Oberg J. G. Anderson J. OVTT C. H. DVRNING G. Philpott J. Gustafson L. Polk F. Hart H. Rathburn J. H. Hayes R. R. Smith . J. McKinley C. Snively V. Mekriam L MUHOVICH G. Murphy C. Neilson H. Olander F. Said E. Stoeckly A. Unger R. Whinnerah 1 ■ M ] i 1 IHB IPJ H L l E i, K ki K 9 HT I ' hI ftl Li E b H B K ' ' VQII F al r ' fl V m ' ' a 1 S B. b 29 H K,- IHLift H3 H H SriiLcKLv, ()i 11, Anderson, Philpott, Blackwkll Oberg, Mucovich, Arnold, Mekriam. Taylor. 1L kt Gustafson, Beach, Olander, 1)uknin Ec.erton. Neff Neilson. McKinley. McLean, Hayes. Rathburn. Smith Murphy, Snively, I ' ngek, Said, Bobier, Bradfield. Whinnerah Page 320 Siiima l ai m G. M. Philpoti D. Creedox . A. Bradfield A. Clvne A. CruwDHTii Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Ilisloria ii Members J. Anderson A. Bradfiei.d t " . Beach D. Creedox A. ClDWORTlI A. Cline C. COFFMAX J. Davis C. Fletcher A. Kraxks C. Hanson v. Hart ( " .. Hatfield K. Keeoax N. Kixxf.y R. McKixi.KV K Mai.i)m:v U. MailiLKKAMl- H. Olaxder T. OWEXS K. F emdertox G. Philpott G. Seivers C. Taylor M. Terrill H. Van X ' alkenberg C. VOLKMAN CuDwoRTH, Anderson, Volkmax, Coffmax, Philpott Taylor, Dowxs, Fraxks, Hart, Beach an X ' alkenberc.h, McKixLEY, Milsteix, Pembertox, Middlekamp Fletcher, Maloxey. Terrill, Keegax, Kixxey, Haxsox Pafi 121 21 Sigma Epsilon .i ys m Honorary Civil Engineering Fraternity Members in Faeiilty Prof. Eckel Prof. Gilkev Prof, Downixc Prof. Dungan Prof. Bergm. .v Prof. VitH- .m Prof. R. eder Mevibers John . nderson Ch. rles Be. ch Robert Brown Dan Creedon Jack Donnelly S. Egerton Francis Hart Luther Inteman Nat Kinney Joe Knoop Terry Owens M VWREY Terrill Chester Volkm. n Richard Whinnerah Hart, .Anderson, Owens, Creedon Inteman, Egerton, Donnelly, Tyrell, Beach Knoop, Brown, Kinney, Whinnerah Past m 21z Eta Kappa Nu ii imj jo Honorary Electrical Fratrruity E. M. U.HIXB V. E. DiAall Members in Faculty W. I.. COKSELI, M. S. COOVER H. p. Palmek Roys Arnold Clarence Beitman Rex Blackwell Krank Bokiek Floyd Bradfield Charles Collman Jack Davis V.M. Davis James Gaither Active Members Charles C.oltz Chester Hanson l.oiis Hathaway Howard Hitchinson Lawrence Keltz Warren McKelvey Reginald McKinley Henry Matis Walter Mekkiam John Octt Ervin Pemherton HlOSON RATIlnURN Pail Sechler Carl Taylor Arthur Winhek George Warren Clay Weathers Warren, Hutchinson, Blackwell. Coffman, Outt, Arnold Weathers. Usger, Keltz, Gaither, Merriam Pemberton, Taylor, Davis, Dowis, . Uhovich. Rathblrs Bradfield, Hanson, Hathaway, Sechler, .Matis Paft 32} ®I5 Beta Alpha Psi S SO Members in FaciiU Dean F. A. Bvshee Prof. E. I. Field Dr. Field Arnold Mciiibcr ill City ' ILLL M Bk. CV Member in School Lewis C. Springer Pledges Donald Hampton Robert Spangler John Lorenzo Spangler, Lorenzd, Springer FjELD, Hampton, Br. cy, Logan Pagr 324 lphci ( .hi Si m;i " ©(! a ' y. ■la R. n. tK.WVFORD 11. B. an ' alkemurgh I ' . M. Dean C. 1 " . I ' OE J. B. Ekeley H. C. Washbirn D. A. McLean J. J. McKlNI-EY T. Abhott . C. D. Neff . A. S. HofGHTON Faculty Members L. Latronica VV. Hale F. E. E. Germann R. C " . Whitman J. A. IllNTKK Officers G. Wakeham O. C. Lester P. G. Worcester A. I ) ' Keli,y . W. F ' " loitz A. S. HofC.HTON President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secrela ry Treasurer R. R. Smith J. McKlNI.EY L. Barnim 1). McLean C. Black T. AmioTT C. Neff J. KoEHLER Members A. S. Houghton J. H. Haves F. Walter V. E. Rile C. A. Neilson R. D. Smith W. Gleason W. Ritchie L. Greene T. Rasmussen F. Said R. Lynch C " . D. Johnson R. Anderson P. MlLLINS G. K. ! HF.H Ka.i.mi »t.N, Milling. Rile. i.LbA.iuN. Haves Black, Hocghton, Neilson, OnERG, McKinley, Neff, Said, Rlssell Smith, Ritchie, Walter, Maker, Abbott. Raymond Smith, McLean, Koehler, Lynch Pagt }1S Sigma Delta Chi i • ®0» Founded at DePaiiw University in 1908 Colorado Chapter estalilished at Uni- versity of Colorado in 1920 Officers J. Fred Denton President Ayshfokd Tyler Vice-President Harry Shvbart Secretary Leroy Keller Treasurer Richard Holderness Quill Correspondent Faculty Ralph L. Crosman A. Gayle Waldrop Zell Ma bee Oscar Liden Clarenxe Stewart Charles Munson Robert McClintock A. B. Logan Members Bert Hanna Sam Taylor Park Kinney ' Al West Colin Hershey Paul Osborne Fred Denton Leroy Keller Clarence Tyler Richard Holderness Harry Shubart Hershey, Keller, Logan Munson, Stewart. West Page 326 " C ' Cluh -S)e v 5 !=a!©i Hesky Ahuot HOWAKD BeKESFOKI) Kka nk Boiiikk W ' ai.ix) Br(k.k ay RoDEKICK DoWNlNt.; Faculty Clarence Eckel Kked 1-olsum Walter Franklin PhILLII ' MlLSTElN Krank Wouott MyKON W ' lTllAM Harry Carlson John Mason Kali ' h Minns Frank Potts ( " has. avra " C " Moi ill School RElilNALU McKlNLEY William Lipscomu J. 1). Davis I ' RANKLYN PlLVER lIlDSON RaTHBIRN Stiart Beresford Georoe Warren Gerald Hena«.han Francis REAtiAN Cordon Allott Phil Milstein William Stoddard ArTHIR ClDWORTH Harry Shibert Rali ' H Prator Kenneth Cirlee Don Baonall Ed Ratiiihn Charles Smith Jere Gress William Smith Robert Spencer Herman Swedlind Charles Coffman Aaron I.ctz I ' akk Kinney Sidney Kkoighan Hii.H McCrerv Robert Aistin Robert Behn John Anderson Franklin Pilvek Harold Schwalm Chester Nelson John Shiner Elvyn Talley Ted Kirkmeyer F ' rancis Parks Herbert Rissell C, 1,. Griffith Bert Hanna Mii.o Thomas Ray GiNNiNi. Earl Ribrk.ii t F l.MKR ScllW AIM Dan Crekdon Robert I.ang Forrest F3 ving Darrell FIamilton Elmer Plein John Robinson Clarence (Jiinlan Pail Kritak Albert Palmer Ray Chapman Geori.e Rhodes Riley Cass Archie Bosworth John Gardner Wm. Tyrfll Geori;e KlKH Mai Rv Witcher ClIKsIKK N ' ol.KMANS John Harris Bernard Bi ster Choke Elliot George C " arlosn Warren McKelvev Robert Spencer Mairice Greenspoon ' II I: Pi.EiN. Sherman. K k ' h. Sievers. Coffman. Kirkmeyer, .Ander.son. Cid vorth. Parks Bagnall, Chapman, Warren, Tyrell, Sturdyvin, Davis, Allott, E. Rubiugut, Curlee, R. H. Rathburn, Campbell, E. Rathbcrn. Creedon, Milstein, Spencer, Gunning, Dow, Robinson Terry, Lutz, Teprill, Smith. Greenspoon. Tallev, Glaxdon, Schwalm Chapman, Shcbert. C " ,rikfin, Clelland, Bull. Bosworth, Cass. Kinney, Swedlund Patt U7 Washburn Pharmaceutical Society « ©(= a GOLDNER LiPSEY Mary A. Kimmett Dean Homer C Washhurn Donald Bagnall GOLDNER LiPSEY Clyde Achenbach Edna Bell Pal ' line Jackson Everett Lvce Otto A. Moellner George H. Arnold Edna M. Bair Paul E. Burnett Martin E. Hultquist George LeRoy Baker Paul S. Chez John R. Colvin Glen R. Dunn Max F. Duran. Jr. Gikard Keeton Members in Faculty David W. O ' Dav D ' r. C. Seniors Elmer Plein Allen Snodgrass Jioiiors Rachail Trout Leola E. Doran Bernice Luce Archie Storm Ivan Wilson President Secretarv -Treasurer V, POE Arthur I . Wvss Francis Reagan Mary Klmmett Erma Nordquist Carson C. Gilbert J ERE Gress Paul Snmjer Sally Throckmorton Paul Weathers Potenciano Taotao Carl H. Linn Reita M. McLeod James F. Pierce David O. Sowden Walter E. Linderholm Rosa Lorenzo James L. McDowell Miriam McDowell Soplwnwres Clifford E. Molholm Ervin Molholm Clarence Haffey Delbert Hire Freshmen Marjorie Dirschbaum Edson Knight Howard E. Matney Andrew McWilliams Phil Montenie Francis McConnell Harold H. Osborne Ross Plymell James W. Seitz Leonard Sheridan German S. Rovira Robert F. Schmidley Wilbur T. Stuart Frank M. Stoll Jltstin Swatzlan-der Justin Salinas Ropert E. Warsecke Stanley West Philip Williams l.n ' NHV. Seii , Dkan Washbi kn, I ' i.kin. Luce LiNX, PoK, Arnold. Wyss, Linderholm Keeton, Molholm, Plymell, McConnell, J. McDowell, Achenbach KiMMETT, ILviFEY, Storm. Hultquist, Schmidley, Burnett, Doran AL McDowell, Nordquist, Bell, Throckmorton, Tout, Luce Page 328 Phi IVlta Chi « s ■5 0 IIo iornr ' Pliarmaceutiail and Cliniiictil Frdlcniitv Officers Kl.MEK M. I ' l.EIX evekett n. lvce Archie W. Storm ( " •oldser f. i.ipsey Mcnibcrs iu Faculty Dean II. ( ' . Washuirn Dr. (. " K. Poe David W. O ' Day President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . rthik I . Wyss J. Thomas Field Jesse E. Sellers Active Members Pail E. Bi-rnett Frank C. Edsox Martin E. Hiltquist Clarence IIaffey Tarl H. I. inn goldner f. i.ipsev Everett .N. I.uce David V. McCarty James I.. McDowell Otto .a. Moellmer Elmer M. Plein John F. F van .Allan Snodc.rass .Archie V. Storm Richard M. Warnock Small. Washbirn, Plein Wyss. Poe. Lipsey. I.vce Edson, Hlltqiist, Linn. McDowell. Moellmer Storm, Haffey, Birnett, Sellers Pagt 319 Delta Sigma Psi ' ■ifSfm ?sa©0 Honorary Business Fraternity Faculty Dr. Frederick Bushee Dr. James G. Johnson- Prof. D. J. DlNC. N Officers ' iLLi. M Xevin President De. n F. rrell Secretary H. RRV LoHR Treasurer B. J. Bond D. H. Bi-CK R. T. CAMPBELL K. CURLEE D. Farrell J. P. Bartlett T. Everett Members D. Griffin V. Haony C. Jones J. M. Jones Pledges L. Long H. LoHR C. Merman V. Xevin H. Stoll L. T.wlor X. MacDonald K. Whiteman Buck, Taylor, Loni,, Dcncan Farrell, Hagny, Curlee, Griffin Merman, Camfhell, Everett, Bartlett, Xevin Bond, McDonald, Whiteman, I.ohr, Jones, Jones Page 3)0 Siizma l clta Psi fi ' e " i ' z:iziy »» Honorury Atlilutic Kraturiiity founded at University of Indiana in 1912 Frank Potts Faculty Board Makkv " .. Carlson C. Henry Smith A I mil III Members Cari. p. Clink Charles K. Armstroni; Warren IIartman Wendell S. incent Wii.iJAM Kelty Krei ruk J. Walters I ' hh.ii ' II. McCary Frank Proity Arthi R II. Warner l.LoYi) F. Jones ktor F. LeKuy Bertram H. Tisdel Chester M. Schrepferman Charles C. Yoing Aliiert G. Belcher Orin p. Moore Edgar Ri st Arthur {). (jiinlin Rowland Graeber Carl Closs J. M. Patten Clifford Brandon P. T. Beringer J.vcK Salishiry Frit Johnson Rialto Philleo D. G. Hawthorne Active Members William Lipscomh Ma.x Chamherlain Frank Parks John RoiiiNSON Dean Farrell Di ' NCAN McConnell Kenneth Mead Earl Schliit Farrell Lipscomh Parks Potts Chammkriain Schli ' pp Page 3il Heart and Dagger m ■ a©0» Officers Ralph Prator Jack Davis W ' li.i.iAM Smith President Vice-President Seer eta rv-Treasitrer CiEORi.i-: Pnn.i ' oTT Members Stewart Beresford Howard ( ' .rant Smith, BEKiisioKU, Davis, Tkator, C ' .kant, I ' mi.riiTT Pagt 332 Sunialia JStm iS O ' Honorary Junior Fraternity Chakles Smith Harold Ford Offi. ct-rs President Treasurer Charles Smith Harold Kord Donald Hai.nali. Ralph Prator Fred Denton Members trgil Sodex Howard Grant Caswell Spavldinc ArTHLK ClDWORTH Basil Penny CfDWORTH, SPAIXDING. PraTOR Penny, Smith. Ford Pa(e3}1 Alpha Aeta Pi . Honorary Romance Language Fraternity Founded at the Inixersity of Denver in 1917 Epsilon Chapter was established in 1928 Colors — Purple and Gold Flower — ' iolet Faculty Dr. C. C. Ayer Mrs. R. Wolcott Miss C. C. Brifey Dr. K. F. R. Hochdoerfek Mrs. M. Reider .Andres S. xz Guerrero Dr. E. B. Pl. ce Robert F. Snyder Officers Roy Co.x President Eliz- beth G. mbill Vice-President Eliz. beth Xltt Secretary-Treasurer M. RC.- RET V. LROD Corresponding Secretary Lois Cook Program Director Active Members X. M. C. rey E. G. mbill F. Riede L. Cook B. Hikes D. Sl. ughter R. Co.x W. H. MiLTox M. Walrod M. Ericksox a. McC. RTHY B. Westh.wer M. Ev.AXs E. Xi TT E. Wolcott F. FtisrHFR W. Young , „ i ' W rf» 5s G. MBii.i.. Wolcott, Nutt, Riede Cook, H. miltox, Cox, Westh.wer, Ev. xs Trujillo, Fulscher, C. rrie, Erickson, McCarthy, Hines Page 334- Scimitar . ' M SEfP Honorary Sophomore Society Founded at the University of Colorado Januar ' , 1926 Members Archer Aikex J. D. Banks Charles Bishop Bill Braddock C.EORi.E Carlson KiLEY Cass James Clagcet Sami-el Sherman Samvel Sherman Bob Loonev . Larry O ' Connor Ted Kikkmeyek . Alfred Greenman Morris Hecox Ted Kirkmeyer Boh Looney Art March Larry O ' Connor ZoNER Roller Officers Maud Craig Sponsor President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer March. Sherman, Kirkmeyer. ( ' .. Riley Bishop. P. Riley. H. Anderson. Hayes, Roller, Hecox Cass, Greenman, Looney, Brcnner, Clagget Pace 33S 0®(i Kappa Delta Pi •5l©i Honorary Fratcniily in Education Dk. Hakkv M. Barrett Counselor Officers Prof. J. H. Shkiber President Evelyn Gektry Vice-President Mrs. R. M. Dorsey Secretary Blanche Ricketts Treasurer Active Menil ers Charlotte .Atwood H. M. Barrett Florence Bedell Mrs. Minnie Berelffv Helen Carpenter Mrs. Hazel Cook W. " . Casey Mrs. Florence Dodge R. A. Davis R. M. Dorsey Mrs. R. M. Dorsey Dorothy Duhon V. F. Dyde T. J. Farr Mrs. Grace Fischer Mrs. Hazel Fehlman Jessie Fitzpatrkk Florence I ' ulscher Elizaukth CiAmiull Evelyn CiEntry Mrs. ' era Giffin Margaret Graham L. T. Hopkins Evelyn Irey Mrs. Mildred Kerr Theresa Lewis Marion Park Blanche Ricketts Elizabeth Ricketts Arthur Ridgeway Mrs. I. aura Ridgeway Geo. G. Saunders Helen Scott J. H. Shriber Emma Schwabenland Theresa Steni;el Estelle Stinchfield C. M. Ware Mechteli) Wu.helm Claude Wilson I Page 336 Mortar Board •c ®is ■ @o Honorary St- iior Jf ' amends Fraternity Members BaRBAKA Mll.NIX Edith Stansfiei.d Florence Mi Kee Jane Poli.ard M AKV I.OIISE WeLI.MAN Katherine Bvckles Janet I ' arker ' ir ;inia Brown Brown. Btckles, McKee. Mit.nix Staxsfield. Pollard, Parker, Wellman Patt }37 Pi Epsilon Pi - ;_y4 ■v-j.x..— Members Wilms Bird C. A. ElBANKS Richard McKinley Roy Blackman John Fellows John Obenchain James Blue LoREN Gaither Elmer Plein Byrox Bradford William Hagny Peter Reilly Ned Campbell Lewis Hall George Reilly Theron 0. Clagett LeRoy Keller Earl Schlupp Charles Corlett Joel K. Knoop Caswell Spaulding Rlssell Davis Melville Lindquist Lewis Stark Richard Dittmax Harry Mallinson John E. Stewart Tyrell Drinkwater William Movers Sam T. Taylor Edgar Ditcher Maxon Murphy John ' os Dudley Estes RussEL McCalliox Wm. a. Warnick Thomas Everett John J. McKinley Alburn West Honorary Members {Cheer Leaders) Merle Barnes KiKKE Beard Fred Neff Hall, Fellows, Estes, Vos, Stark, Lindouist Everett, G. Reilly, Keller, Hagny, Warnick, Obenchain Barnes, P. Reilly, Murphy, Schlupp, Plein, Neff, Beard Bird, Blackwood, Blue, Dittman, McKinley, McCallion Corlett, Eubanks, McKinley, Dutcher, Clagget, Davis Page as 22z Pi Epsilon Pi ® a iS SO I ' ETliK Re11.1. President Peter Ri;ii,i.v John Obexchain John M( Kim.kv . Kenneth Ditchek Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer THIS organization, founded at the Tniversity in the tall of 1027, was organized imder plans that called for a |)ernianent pep ijroup on the campus. The Club chooses its memi)ers from among the most (wpular students on the campus. It is not affiliated with the national organization of the same name, although plans for presenting a petition for a charter have been considered. Pate 339 Asaph sC Iloiioi ' drv Music Soclctv Beknice DeBaker . Mrs. L. Mason . Marion Rodell Mary I, akin Mrs. Grace Giehm Officers sssi O President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Snciiil Chairman Executive Committee Mrs. L. Mason Mrs. Searcy Jean Brinner Ruth Galbraith Bernice DeBaker Mrs. L. Mason Marion Rodell Nancy Pleasants Bessie Stephens Members Mrs. Searcy Mary Lakin Anna Marie Bittner Floy Taylor Jean Brunner Lucille Wilson Mrs. Grace Giehm Francis Millikin Ruth Galbraith pc» H ' 1 1 p 1 1 B |H im B h i ! l B V« ? 9 r: I v H B l H K i.. Y H r H n»» i.s 1 r 1 1 H 1 ■Ltev l K- M H mt ' H ■ ■1 1 Ik H Wlm H Mi| 1 1 H 4 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lakin, Mrs. L soN, Mrs. Giehm Bittner, Millikin, Rodell, Taylor Stephens, Brunner, Galbraith, DeBaker, Wilson Page 340 RELIGION Pait 341 Wesley Foundation s ! @0 THE Wesle - Foundation of the IMethodist Episcopal Church is an organiza- tion of students which offers students a wholesome social program, religious education, a shrine of worshij), ; and a sjjlendid college friendshij) 1 home awa from home, a training for service Chaules E. Mcnson " Charles Sayre RoiiERT Bradley Elizabeth Gambill Blair Ritterspach . Marion McXicol Era Bacgh LoiisE Kacffman Ruth Reckaru Gerald Sampson . Frank Reckard Louise Pumphrey J. Lell Elliott Jessie Allelev Kenneth Shields Keith Shields Eleanor McXicol . Helen ( " jAmbill . Harold Zimmek Albert Palmer . Stella Stolte . Rev. C. O. Beckman Rev. H. .a. Clugston Stiidoit CoiDicil President Financial Secretary Treasurer Forum President Forum Vice-President Forum Secretary Forum Music Chairman Epworth League President Devotional Chairman Ep ' ii. ' orth League Secretary Music Chairman Social Chairman Recreational Chairman Service Chairman Ptihlicity Chairman Publicity Chairman Crusaders Chairman Dratnatics Chairman Extension Cha irma n Church Relations Chairman Friendship Hour Chairman Pastor, Methodist Church Universit Pastor Page 342 Cormo C kih € S! • » Founded Novemhcr Hi, lit22. for Congregational L ' niversiiy Students. Prof. Comn 15. ( ' .oodvkooxtz Class Leader Officers Waltick Schwahknlaxd Elizabeth Xltt Jkannkttk r.oocH R. VMo. D Jordan Lois Cook and Henry Gooch President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Student Secretaries Pant 34} Presbyterian Union David McLean ' » : i g§o President Grac E Barkley . Vice President Edith Durnixg Secretary John McKinley . Members • Treasurer s Allen A. Chotvas A. Marms H McCbery M. Stevens U . Amos M. Clemens II 1 1 A 1 M S D McCbery E. Stoekley 1). Anderson F. Cormulle L. Harms M . McCrery R. Stoekley H Anderson R. Coyle C. Hays F. McKelvey T. Strickland J. Antle C. Coyle M . Hazzard I. McKinley V. Sullivan C. Armstrong K. Custer M . Hebel D McI.ain ' . Sutlev A. Austin X. Damon C. Herring R. XlCHOI.AS A. Tavis E. Bair V. Dane E. Horton R Peace C. Tavis ( ' .. Barkley F. Dashner H Hutchinson L. Pitney R. Throckmorton K. Barkley X. Dawson K HUTTON M . Pitney C. TOWNES I.. Barrett H. Delong C. Ingle E. Randleman L. Townsend C " . Beach L. Doran D Johnson X. Reed O. Townsend D Beach G. Dunn E. Johnson G. Richardson L. Tkacey F. B EC KM AN G. Durning D Jones C. Ritchie R. Trout T. Beckmobe E. Durning F. Jurcheck Z. Roller R. Trout D Bell C. DeWitt R Kale M . ROYSE ' . Walters H Bishop E. Edwards H Kemper M . Sahn E. Walts C. Black H. Fishhurn J. Knoop G Sanford F. Waldelich A. BOSWELL K. Flint C. LUDY L. Schlaepfer B. Weaver G. Brisuakkdw C. Fox R. Luethi A. SCHIFFERER II. Webster M . Brown K. Furr E. I.uginhall H Scott B. Wellerd J. 1?RINNER R. CALnRUATH E. Madison J, Sertz K. WlLCOCK D Buchanan G. Good E. Miles Sheehan X. WiLHELM C. Butler H. Goure !M . Miles S. Shrive E. Wilkinson M . Cadwali.adek E. (Graham F. MiLLIKAN J. Smith I.. Wilson A. Campbell M. Graham L. Mitchell R Smith G. Woodward C. Campbell R, Hall J. Moore V. Soffard W Yates H Gary 1.. Banna W McCarty F. ' PESSARD L. Smith N Gary ■J H. Hantz D. McClurkin i HH Cosmopolitan Club ®ia K Tr3 » Motlo — " Above all nations is ' liiiniaiiily ' . " American J. W. Uroxon MaIU E aN DlZEE Mk . I " . K. MlEXZINOEK Antoinette Bu.elow Mrs. ' al Fischer Mr . J. V. Cohen Fred E. Aden Facility Members Mrs. Fred E. Aden Dr. James F. Willakd Mrs. James F " . Willard l.iiiisE Owen C " (l« l l(lM Mrs. V. F. Dyde Robett Watson English T. D. A. Cockerell .Mrs. T. D. . Cockerell Chinese Dr. C. C. Wang German Dr. Hochderfer Foreign Members American Members Elsie .Austin C.R. CE R. Bl.ack Edward Chav Wm. Dowung .Vnatole Ehrenburg . le. ander Ennenberc Mrs. Ennenberg Sam F ' ingermon L. H. Hennegan Taka-hie IIorie Olc.a Kakshorova DolGLAS KlWAMO -A. Chick .Mau ISAMU OZOMOTO POTENCI John Porter A. L. R.VY Steve Ra .atas Daisy Sasaki San o Shigeta ; Agnes So.mogyi Ellen Stevenson Bessie Tarkoff Katherine Teplev Estelle Trijii i.o TCSHIO TslNEKAWA Dora Maide Wesley John B. White YiAN Chi an Woo Axo Tapatos Myrita Smith . nita Smith Makc.aket Brooks RiBY Johnson Jane Moore SlE . |.I.E VELT ' erne Weed Mar(.aret Smith . l.lBAMA l.OPEZ Moses .-X. Lopez .Andy Chotvacs Florence Riede Dessamary Rckhe Irene Tobias Makv Dewey Evans Bii.LiE I.oc Mines FZverett Shipe Roy .Alan Co. .Archie DiGiaccmo Pagt 345 Pagt 34f CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS PattJ4? American Institute of Electrical Engineers « ®«s TZ3» H. Roys Arnold Walter A. Merriam EiGEXE E. Stoeckly Rex p. Blackwell Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer L. E. Gaither E. H. Pemberton C. BEIT L " E. Railaley H. CUMMINGS O. Shallenberger H. Staxdrixg W. Dowis ' . Walters E. MOSLEY G. Stuart J. Hathaway Me?nhcrs E. Fl LLER J. Keachie R. L. GoRDOx H. HULSE H. A. Matis A. Unger S. Fixgermax G. F. Wallace T. Tsuxekawa H. Hutchixsox C. COFFMAX H. R. Arxold E. Stoeckly T. Willtams L. R. Ward W. Merrl m P. Tlrxvre C. Detata M. Mlhovich D. Ryax R. Blackwell J. Oltt C. SXIVELY F. Bbadfield G. War REX Page 34S American Society of Mechanical Engineers George I ' hilpott Charles Dirxino Seldox ROBIXSOX Prof. K. S. Baier Prof. W. S. Beattie Mr. C, F. r.ARI.ANI) Officers Faculty Prof. [. . . Ill nter Mk. I.. ( ' .. I.ATROXICO Students President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Prof. V. I " . .Mallokv Prof. S. L. Simmerixc; Mr. C. a. Wagxer ( " .. Philpott E. Stoeckly F. Ewixg C. DlRXlXG 1.. . . Poi.K R. DiCKEXSOX S. ROBIXSOX I.. H. BlNDERUP A. De Backer W. .A. Davis F. Kallis H. Xagel F. M. KlRKPATRlCK E. K. Haxsex E. Heitler F. RiCKARD H. Ewixg Y. C. Woo N. . . PlTXAM F. Leyher G. Wagxer D. Bex(.e F. RiTZMAN J. E. Lixdrooth H. SCHWAI-M L. DiCKERSOX K. K. Cooper M. FiSENDORFER O. V. BODEXHEIMER A. C. Stephexsox H. ax X ' alkexbirgh .A. Whiteside E. C. BvsH J. D. Baxk.s J. Powers G. . . Newell E. Rice R. Ericksox E. FORS.MAX G. SlEVERS V. J. KiTELEV H. Sheda J. G. OwEX I.. Kelley r.. S. DOBBIXS G. Kexxedy Patt 349 American Society of Civil Engineers @ B Officers Francis C. Hart President Paul C. Benedict Vice-President Sartwell Egerton Secretary Chester Volkmann Treasurer Members Seniors J. Anderson S. Egerton A. Layitt C. Beach C. Griffith G. MlRPHY D. Creedon J. Gustafson T. Owens P. Benedict F. Hart B. RlTTERSPACH R. Brown H. Intermann M. Terrill J. Creedon X. Kinney C. OLKMANN A. CUDWORTH J. Knoop (). Welch J. Donnelly Juniors R. Whinnerah J. Baehr L. FroiTT K. Shields A. Bell M. HUTTON K. Shields A. Bradfield J. Jay J. Stubbs W. Cowley K. Keegan L Pitney Soplioiiwres . J. Witcher K. Benton . Fai.ERQI ' IST (). MiLLIKAN C. Bigler H. HOGLIN . Nelson R. Cass H. Hill yard B. Norfolk S. Decker C. L LCHOW R. N. RoBY R. Dittman Freshmen R. Spearman G. G. Hart M. Lee Page }fO American Institute of Chemical Eniiinccrs Student J ection Established 1928 Offerers T. W. Abbott K. O. Stoweli. R. R. Smith K. " ,. ClSTER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Dr. J. B. Ekeley Prof. J. .A. Mi-nter Faculty C. N. Reed Fred ' andoorxick .a. s. hocghtes T. V. . bbott C. L. Bl. ck S. B. Cka.mer K. G. Custer M. B. G. RDEXSW. RTZ . . B. Griggs J. P. Marhisos C. r. H.AYES J. B. KOEHLER T. E. Lewis Members M. .A. I OPEZ G. R. Maher Janie .Moore J. J. McKlXLEY D. .A. Mcl.EAS Pail Millins C. n. Neff C. . . Neilson A. G. Oberg T. J. Rasmissen ' . N. Reckmeyer V. F. Rile V. F. Said R. D. Smith R. R. Smith K. O. Stowell F. E. Walter W. P. Wilson M. Zorgdrager (.ARr)F. AKT . AIIl. HaY. STOWELL. R. SmITII, . I I I.I.I N-. ( KAMKK R.Smith, Mahkk, McKinley. Lope . McLean. ( ister, Harhisox Ras.missen, Ekeley, Neff, .Abbott, Reckmeyer. . ielsox, Oberg. Walter Pa(t Sfl Adelphi e.©(5 ■s so m Fomisic Societv Officers Norman Baker President Ed Rathbun ' ice-Prcsideiil ZoHNER Roller Secrctarv Louis Isaacson Mrnibcrs Treasurer X Baker V. Waglek J. Stkatton H. A. Milev B. Manx A A. E. Whitehead C. Maddock C. Moore L. Isaacson R RUBRK.HT J. SHACKLEFORD G. Bickel A. C. Mau J. Roviera R. Beatty E. Runcorn E. Rathbun C. Beise E. Shupe C. Martin R. Reeves C. F. Keen L. Erickson J. Carlson V SCHWABENLAND B. Brazier S. Sherman R. LOONEY G. Stanwood I) Lee F. G. Robinson E. Stoops H. Co.x T. Everett I. Cottrell (i. Hartramfi R. Ml KiNLEY Shacki.eford, Stratton, Lee, Runcorn, Sherman, Martin Everett, Baker, Stoops, Beatty,, Robinson, Ryan Erickson, Rathbun, Hanna, Maddock, Cottrell, Carlson .ooney, Shupe, Reeves, Hardman, Schwauenland, Roviera, Moore Mau, Bickel, Keen, Stanwood, Wacler, McKinley Past 3S2 Sophomore Police -§)!!■ !-«l5 Kenneth Powell James Connors Morton Raditsky DoRAL Reidy Pail CtuRrH Edwaru (. " hay Wn.LUM Dana (. " hestek Nelson (ji.ENN Allison Robert I. a ( " .kancie John Lesser Charles Keen Riley Cass I.arry O ' Connor Norman Smith Dale Rogers Carl Snow I-AfRENCE IIOLDEN Seldom Cramer Bernard IUster John KiKKl ' ATRICK CiERALD Whiting Merschkl Shwayder James Irwin Krman McKei.vey Whitmore Wright Alfred Greenman Arthur Aiken GiLUERT Perkins Charles Sayre Dl( K lIor.AN Henry (Ilaze Pate 3S} Connors, Kirkmeyer, Lesser. Chiri ii HoLDEN. Cramer. Powell, Dana Rogers. Sayre. .Aiken. O ' Connor. Irwin Greenman, Cass. Allison. Schwayder, Whiting. Keen Hiking Club ■ " O® Cole Xeff Lois Williams . . Adam Freeman Richard Montgomery Nellie JMae Cary . Fr-Ank Said . a« 0 ' President Vice-President Manager Assistant Manager Secretary Treasurer (j. Allen R. Arnold H. Blrr N. M. Cary M. Clemens J. Crawford G. Dobbins J. L. Elliott A. Freeman S. French J. Fritz M. Grady H. HULSE Members M. KiMMEL D. Klemme M. KoHLER IX Larson ' S . Mills Montgomery McBlRNEY Neff Rice Roberts D. Roche F. Said L. Schlaepfer E. Simpson V. Smith K. Stevenson R. Taylor C. Tavis J. Thornburgh I. Tobias T. Tsenakawa O. Welch L. Williams E. " olcott H. Zimmer Williams Said Gary Page 3S4 Hikinii Club ■©!■ 40 Coi.ii Neff President ' T lll-: I ' nivcrsity of Colorado Hiking ' Clul) was founded in H)20 liy a yroup of students and facult - members interested in out-of-door sjiorts. The motto ot the CUil) is: " Xo hike ever |X)sti)oned on account of weather. " The purpose of this Clul) shall he to promote an interest in the vast natural beauties surrounding the Iniversity. to furnish an ojiportunity for the fullest enjoN-ment of them, to kindle that feeling of fellowship which comes from mingling in the great out-of-doors, and to provide an opportunity for recreation iii the mountains. PatfiSS Home Economics Club «« •1 a @0 Anita Smith Eliza RETH Nelson Sarah Folsom Opal Stromberg . President Vice-PresidevI Secretary Treasurer Members it? Faculty Anna Williams .Mrs. Hazel Fehlman Florence Bedell Anita Smith a President Members M. Smith B. WlTTEMYER M. Sahm R. Hansen C. Tavis 1 . Brandhagen R. I.. Snair C . MiNICI E. ACKERSON E. Nelson I.. ■()L " NG M. Rich M. Brooks M. Clore K. Mayes ( .. l.INDLEY M. Draper H. Gov RE E. Sneddon I.. Pitney S. Folsom ' . Keister B. Foster L. Hodges M. Harvey H. Lacher M. Dingman M. J. Hixon G. Bedell E. Pollard M. S. Kelser R. LlETHI A. Smith A. Wilson G. Richardson G. Hilker D. Knowles B. Bvirgy H. Coffin E. Hoglin J. Pollard F. Glm E. Baldwin A. J. Trcmble E, Schatz E. Ready A. Schifierer M. Watson O. Strom BER(; R. Kysar E. Schatz . BlXLER R. Nichols ■ ■ E. Gambill ., T Page 3S6 Boosters Club ®i- ■BHISO Shkkwdoii B. Stanxey John C.ardnek Terkell Dkinkw.vter Herman A. I.ennaktz Officers President Vice-President Secretary Trrn surer Members Phillip Mai.inson E. Johnson Stan WOOD Zaxoni Madigan Greesspoon Schwayder King Holderness Reardox Kimball T. Davis V. J. Blie C " . SPAILDING v. Bartlett Fellows V. R. Davis C. Keene RlBAR Hampton 1.. Hall Cox R. Ward R. Blackwell N. Campbell D. BicK Weldon F. Rathbin D. Trindle Armstrong Campbell Denton I.. I. ON I. Herrox C. Stewart Keller Stark Ford M rxsoN McKlNLEY MlLSTElN Schi-bart Abbott Isaacson Flescher West I.exnart . Bi.a( kwELi.. Fellows. T. Davis E. Johnson. Ward. P. Bartlett. Robinson. A. Campbell. N. Campbell. Ratiifii n Trindle. Reardon. Holderness. .- rmstron ;. Bick. Crtx. Reii.i.t Stanley. Brown. Hampton. C.reenspoon. Wagler. Cimmin ;s, R. Davis Pat ' if Big Sisters Kmt ■ (§0 BeKNICE BlNTE Preside til BiLLiE Adams Helen Arthur Antoinette Austin AsTRiD Bkrg Doris Black Harriet Burr Jessie Carmichaei. Esther Chlarda Louise Clefford Ei.izAUETii Cole IKGINIA Daniels Annabel Doke Eddye Duval Nancy Finch Mary Klaxnigan Margaret Freei. Elizabeth Friend Hazel Goure Juanita Gromer Margaret Harvey Winnabel Hamilton Virginia Holderness Beth Johnson Margaret Kohler Margaret Letford Maxine Meloy Margaret Morton Muriel Mills Jane Moore Barbara Mulnix Eloise Pollard Winifred Ralph Florence Reide Edna Russel Grayce Smith Marie Suttle Mary Warren Gracey Weaver Rugeon White Elizabeth Plattner N ' iNiTA Randolph Arline Redman Dessamary Roche Louise Schlapfer Betty Lou Snair Elizabeth Sneddon Josephine Stuart Bonnibel Sutherland Elizabeth Tamplin Lois Williams Beulah Wittemyer Esther Uongstrom Rachel Trout Pauline Watson AL RY Louise Sprinc;steen Josephine Bennett Sarah Folsom Virginia Mal Jeanette Parker Grace F ' urness iRGiNiA Bixler Miriam Bretschneider Ellen Stevenson- Hazel Anderson Page 358 ■K-SfS • f O- NAri(i AI. W iiiiiiir.-. IV|) Orjjanization. Kouiule ' l at Montana State College in 1924. Colorado Chapter was chartered in March, 102S. BeLLAH WlTTEMVEk Co-ed Marshal Members E. Anderson H. Gambill D. Mason H. Anderson J. GOOCH E. MiRRIAM E. Bleeckek A. Gordon A. Mykrs D. Br. nson L. Green 11. Rathhlrn M. Clark J. Harvey .A. Redman E. Vv Bar J. In(.()i.d M. Rawlev R. Eames I). Knowles E. RlSSELL ' . Fawley V. Taylor Pate } 9 o® F rench Club Officers Florence Riede . President Alexander Ennenberg Vice-President Robert Hier . Secretary Evelyn Wolcott Treasurer Moiibcrs ill Faculty Prof. C. C. Ayer Mrs. M. Rieder Members Mrs. R. B. Wolcott Roy Cox Eddye Di val John N ' unf.s ESTELLE TrUJILLO Robert Whitini; Mary Evans Robert Hier Stevf Razatos Betty Wfsthaver Florence Riede .Alexander Ennenberg Ruth Thompson Eugene Putnam ioLA Mercer Clare Higel Virginia St. John Evelyn Wolcott Anita Williams Florence Fulcher Patience Cairns John Gordon Martha Springer Jessie Carmichael Clairce Lamb Carol Harris b. g. c.dlforo Dorothy Jones Helen Hayden 1© Ennenburg Riede Hifr Page 360 El CircLilo Iispanul )im m Tin; [)uri)().sc of 1-11 C ' irculo Msi)anol is to iiiKierstainl better the laii juage and customs of the people of the Spanish-s])eaking countries. At the bi-nionthK ' meetings (first and third Thursdays), Spanish onK ' is s[)oken. ' { " his pi es the members an o[)portunit ' to put into practice the lannuage which thc ' ha e studied in the classroom. Membership is jjranted to all students interested in Spanish. .-Ml major students in Romance Language are expected to belong. Members iv Facitltv Dr. C. C. Aver Dr. E. B. Place .Mortimer Daniels .Andres Cierreko K. F. R. HtKHDOERFER Caroline Bkiefen Ro bert Snyder Mairicf Kimmel Florence Rikde ' .EKMAN RoVlKA Florence Filscher . Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Members E. Albright W . II K. Crannell ( " . Mi M. Evans M. H F. FCLSCHER K. Ill S. Greenacre M. K VMM. GEL IC.AN HER MME ON M. I.OPEZ O. Lope:! . McFadden S. Machin C. Metz R. HITING F. Nceroc J. NCNES F. RiEDE S. (•. RoviRA E. Trcjillo Kimmel FtXSCHER Riede Pafc 361 Hesperia - m mo ' IIo)iorary Junior ]] ' oi!!cii ' s Fnitcniity Members Nancy Finch Elizabeth Nelson JUANITA GrOMER ila wolcott irginia holderness Sakah Folso.m Helen Miller Mary Xirc.inia Wells Elizabeth Templin IRGINIA BlXLER Margaret Smith Margaret Letford AuTIU K. BlXLEK, FOLSOM, ClkOMER, IloLUERNESS, I.ETFORI), MlLLER Nelson, Smith, Tamplin, Wells, Wolcott Page 362 lathcmatics Cluh . 9 0 Members in Fdciiltv AlHRKV J. Kkmi ' ner W.J. H.VZAKI) ri.. Rini:i, Kknixxll (i. H. Li ;nT Fr.wcks p. Strihic Hkrman Kakndw Officers SlUXKV H cki;r . . President Earlk Rainvillk Vice-President R. B. FiNsoN • Secretary Active Members H. Birr D. K M. Ra.vklv D. Evans H. J. .MES - H. Reck.meyer P. Folk R. . . McCoRo C Rogers L. R. Frf.ksi; R. Merrill C, Seeman S. H. CKER C. A. XOSSAMEN L. Strait J. Hai.i. R. B. PiNso.v I ' W ' ali.ick L. 0. Hansi;. E. R.MNVILLE ' Weed L. Han-na R. Re.mke N Wertheim (■ IIAlKLK I ' IN os. Kainmlll Pate 36} University Women " s Club « ®«a fSSBjS Officers DdROTHY Farmer President Margaret Smith Vice-President Evelyn DuBor Secretary Elaine Bleecker Treasurer Council Sar. h Folsom Jane Pollard Harriet Burr ( " .RACE Barkley Helen Arthir Rebecca X ' aille Arihlr, Hakki.ev. Bleec kick, Huku, l)l lUlK I ' armicr, Folsom, Pollard. Siiakrah, Smith Page 364 m Universally Women s Ckib ■»». i ' |r ■« iK IN . ( ' ( ( »l l ). M I-. with .1 iR ' i-1 wliiili lia Itiiii; Ijl ' lmi Icll dm l ' (jl ira( ' i) ( ' ani|)u» tor a social orjianization in uliirh all ilie women on the campus might come together in an informal va - and might come to know each other at the same tinic more broadly and more intimatelv, the I ' niversity Women ' s (lul) was founded in March, 1!)2(). Membership was made open to e er woman on the campus. The club is Roxerned b - sixteen officers which include nine members of the Kxecutive Council, one faculty ad iser. the I ' can of Women, and the President of the Sjxmsors Club. 1 he three lumdred members arc (li iili ' l iiiio i fl c , n)U|)s, each lia ing three group leaders called triads, two ajiiiointed li tin- council ami oiie elected by the group. The groups meet separately in the club house in accordance with a calendar of activities made out for each grouii. . mong other thi ngs, the cluli provides a tangible means of social contact for tin- new women in the Cnixersitv. In its three ears of organization the dub has proved its larger jiossibilities and lasting worth in the college life of the co-ed. Pi e Jftf Alpha Nu «XPa AIJ HA l ' , an astronomical society, was founded at the I ' nixersitN ' of Colo- rado on October 4, 1928, to facilitate a more thorough study of celestial phenomena through organized eflfort. Colors — Gold and Black Officers Arthur Vos. Jr. Louis Strait Mary C. Hearon Lois A. Williams Prof. J. M. Pi, air President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty A dviser Aleiubcrs A. .■ USTIN N ' . M. Carey S. Dazzo E. Duncan E. Edson P. Folk L. Freese S. French S. Hacker J. Hall H. Harms ' SI. Hearon E. J.amison E. Johnson T. KoENKi W. McCarty H. A. MlLEY .• . Phillips L Reincke L. H. NNA R. Remke ( ' . Riddle ( " .. ROYSE M. RoYSE J. F. Ryan I.. SCHALEPFER E. Simpson J. S L LL V. E. Smith L. Strait C. B. Tavis A. Vos, Jr. C. L Vos F. V. LLICK N. Wertheim N. WlLHELM L. Williams E. Wolcott W. Wolf E. Voungstrom Prof. J. M. Blair McCakty, Hackek, Riddle, Miley, Wolf, A, os Wolcott, Austin, Taws, Wilhelm, Reincke, Edson, Phillips, Jamison, Dazzo Wertheim, McKinney. allick, Remke. Folk, Hearon, H. ll, Williams, Koenic, Str. it Page J66- u COLORADOAN BARRAGE Book VIII 1929 I I Foreword " ' V Ol ha c alrcad - been ciitcrl lined by the -iL pri-ix-diiii; record of stiick-iil life at C. I ' .; in the foregoing section ()ii will he amused at the froth of college life taken from that small part of our university life in which the exuberance of youth overcomes the usual dignity of education. It has been, then, chiefly during the week-ends, that E. Lester Page, Jr., and his sialT of " snoop- ers " h,i f lireii abroad to gather the facts now- presented. These facts may be exaggerated pos- sibly distorted; but then it has been said that " mud " sections are like collegiate movies — not very accurate but interesting. We hope that vou will accept the following with the spirit in which it has been compiled. Till-; l-jiiioK. Pate 367 Little Joe ' s Almanac «e ®(s ■«§« Phi Sigs will eat no liain this year. Betas will be altiof this season as usual. Phi Psis will not go forth as usual Imt w ill u " fi " h and escape ]) orrhea. Visitint; hours in the lil)rar : -S:()()A. M. to 1():(II)P. M. Several Phi Cams will graduate with the " li. ( ). " degree as usual this year unless their Life Buo ' su()p! ' is re[)lenished. IJelt-Tri Delt clinrh has been called off on account of wet weather. A. T. O.s need a rest this season on account of ha ing been teniporariK- squelched when hit and run o er by their ]iolitical machine. Now that the Alpha Sigs ha c their new club house, all the ' need is a box of golf balls and a green. Acacia «ill entertain at its usual " Pie Supper " ne.xt Sunda - ex ' ening. Sigma ( " hi w ill seek admission next ear into the " Leaking Xaticns. " Sig Al|)hs will continue to pledge on a scholarship basis. The blue lights on the Sigma Phi Epsilon mansion will turn to red during the Chi Omega lawn parties this year. y.LAi ' , Of : £pv LF Pti.iifrnV DOMESTIC CABLE 1 TELtGRiM FULL PaTE CAYLETTEO DEfERSro MESSAGE k.ABLL LEHEW hlGMT LETTEP WEEK END LETTER I ' Biru.,..n..u drt.r«J; „ib.. rwu «J8 c mcriairt ' wi be WESTERN UNION NEWCOMB CARLTON. PftlSIOCN ' J. c. wiLLCVER. riir«T «iei-»NKaioEMT y Send Ihe following message, iubjecl to ihr Urn on bock hereof, which are hereby agreed lo Received at 552 Pear Street. Boulder. CoToraio. 1920 NOV I PIJ 11 24 V8 1 43 NL=PHOEi;iX ARI2 I UI33 LOUISE SARCKKT = D5LIV}i:K KAPPA ALPHA TH5TA HOUSB BOULBER COLO = DEAREST LOUISE ' dAVE BEETI WOHKIIIf; OUT OP TOW.tI FOR THREE DAYS 30 DID KOT LEAHN OP YOUH TROUBLE UMTIL TOillOHT DID YOU JET BACK IN ALL RIflHT LET ME KNOW A3 300N A3 POSSIBLE 30 I CAII ADVISE YCU WHAT TO DO LOVE = PHIL. Page 36S JONKS DRLG CONIPAXV The Store Complete In fact, the place ' ()u lunc always hoped to Hiul z i I ' i;. Ri. Strkkt Phonk 1002 She refused to ki s. She refused to pel; So this little miss Ain ' t a missis, et. " A ' iii:ri-: Skrxicf Counts " The 1)1 (iOLT l.W A S R 1:1.1 A 1; 1, v. nil ll. hR PRIMIM. CO. 1934 14TH Stkeet l ' ur:rfyors oj Good Printing I ' honh :77 V Hdl l.DI.K j. C. lM ' .NM-. eX).. Inc. BOULDKR Phone 522 2026 IVki.fth Street I ' iioxks )54-955 The ROl LDKR CAT BAKKRV CO. Quality Bakers PART ' riROFRS ( I ' K SPFCIM. T llA TIOX ( ' j,v ' J 24 Typical Review of Any Coloradoan by Any Colorado Student _ — _-__g j-j- — - — . g (As told to the Editor by the Observer) YFv GODS! Will we e er ha e a Coloradoan that doesn ' t have any errors! " To begin with, in the first place, I don ' t like the staff — they sympathize with the wrong faction — that [iuhlished this co-called yearbook under the direction of an Editor and Business Manager. Maybe the Annual does ha e the best ideas e -er published, and ma lie it is the best ar- ranged — but who gi -es a damn? That section idioticalK- called — Coloradoan Barrage (another example of the cheap editor we had this year) — is worse than e er produced before, there is absolutely no humor in it whatsoe " er. (I wonder who kidded Chuck into thinking he was funny.) There is nothing in that section other than wise cracks about friends of mine. The spelling is rotten, and here I ' ve slaved for four long years to get my picture in the Senior section, and that dumb-bell put it in with the Juniors — and what ' s more they ' ve spelled my name with two q ' s instead of the usual three. That awful stuff — the College Four Hundred -I thought I would split a tendon at the simplicity of the section. Some one is certainly a horse ' s neck. I was bored to tears with the wise cracks I had to wade through. (Note: I think nu ' literary criticisms are awfulK ' subtle. The sarcasm is so cle erl ' con- cealed.) I cnuld tell more aliout the damn thing, but what ' s the use, I am only an office boy — and that ineans I won ' t be an editor tor two more ears — ma be. P. S. — Oh, yes, the book did ha e some other sections, but the were the same as last vear ' s. Page 370 24z wmmm Rittcr PORTABLE X-RAY - ' ' ' ' ' iJ - J! A Message to the Graduates of IMVERSITYo COLORADO Vrnl nri- ftuiulint ' on thr (lin-hulil of ji tiru -n(U-ii i ■i- . . . a nru rxjMTirnri ' . U ithiii u fr short % f k-.. all Ihc lio|H ' s anil « |)rrtalinn uliirli oii hii r lirld tliiriii;; our Niiir- orHt(t«| jiih) inrrii ' oivo triiinin «ill Im- rr%-l;il- li td ill the |iiir liinint lluit ou r - 4-i i ' lu kito « UmIuui; our r it lit l i tntrr oiir i hoxrn profrvsinii. on an- forlii- iiiitr in Hiarliii prarlit-t- in an ntn- « lirn sciriK r Iki-n ilonr Ml iniirli |o lul| llu- driili i of liMla . anil . Inn m nian forct-s nrr al ork ti) inakr ilt-ntiH(r a iitofilalilr ;inil | l(-a ant ixTiipation. inrt prrrcnt of llu- ilnital Krailiialix of v »orI l lira I with Kiltmli ' aUT anil Imi It ill it i-i|nipmrnl. Then- niuxt hi- JI MTV clrfinite rra on for surh an rxprronion nf faith. Ihal rrn .on i ' that IlilliT I ' lpiipnirnt ha« hn-n uiirkiil out lo ini«-t till- exacting tlrnianil of a spcrializt-d profi-sHitni. lnl4T%it ' H n Kitirr dealer. I.4 nrii nhniil (»iir olTirr plan ning -erxirr . . . our aiil . free lo oii. in planning and diM-oralinu iHir suite. Let n Killer dealer help oii selert oiir loealion. Take hi- ad%iee ahoiil ripiipineiil . v nill he frank ami honest ith oii. and siTioiisK iiit Tr»Ied in oiire cr) prohleni. I he priee on pa for vmre— . tv nieii»tired In lioiir-xoii proiliii-i-. Di-ntal th. eipitpiiii-iil pi iir ilnil procriun. Defeei lant part in means lost time. Hitter i-ipiipin i« ilii- line that nhide - «ith oii, to crenlc ali rietl palienl i. is lroiilih--p] ahic mttut hr jitflfirti in fr-rrni « sf ri irr. . . Hitlrr niiiiftnirnt rrittlrrs a svriiccitt u at- 1 liti t tirjiry iliiftUrn t ittn . ■ ii.ui, ffr 40 imsnEZSQE " t _ 4 Rittar ED JUNIOR UNIT " ' " «l!l l- ' " Hi. Pd«- }7 I Tank Team e S)i5 as SO HERE we behold that extra-curricula organization made so famous by Colin S. Hershe ' . Its man - champicnships ha e not been necessarily restricted to the Rock Mountain region as shown b - the weekly contests with the Float- ing Universit in which the axeraged score was C V. — zero, F. ' . — minus three. COACHES fDid ou see the pla -, " Caste? " ) Associate Professor W ' cii.lf. EmvAKD J. ' i:sT " Semi " Hershey — Trainer W ' m Ted Kirkmever, Spo)i«e bny f WKK.irr — Water bnv Karl I ' owimax " Stidger " Mills Donnelly James Bob McLaiciilin " Weeny " Wilson " Mik " Schwartz Perry Bartlett Harvey Oi.andek " Buck " Smiih Bill Hagney Llovu Hughes Muriel Clark Billy Bradshaw CiEORcii Norton Bus I.oucks Charles Keen- Don McClay Don Trindle Cii-.oRci ' ; Koch Bud Reagan Fran Kiuler Carl Oilman Pete DeLonwiiamps Don Criffin Pauline Reynolds Carl Snow Don Maxwicll Joe Peatnlw I Page 372 1 he I )Jc) Is Out Today @o U nKR the censorious eye of the faculty, cocked in m no all tilth and obscenity in the va ' of joke-hook literature and art. the Dodo returned to the cam|nis. Bleatintj put)licit ' heralded his [larole under discreet editorship. Ciood l)eha ior haloed the first edition, but the second brought further chastisement to the tail- feathers still smarting from the former spanking administered b - an irate faculty. Mingled sighs of grief and rage issued from the facultv censors who sum- moned the ijuaking editor. " This stor - is obscene. " i|uoth the ' . " Just what, sir, is this reference to Santa Claus. ' ' " " That? (), es, that. ' h I ' m sure I cannot see. " " You realize such an offense against good taste as classifying male students and Santa Claus in the same categor -, is liable to impeach the stabilit of the humorous i)ublication. ' ' " " But please, dear censors, " wept the penitent and frightened editor, " on ' t you explain to me just what is indiscreet in this joke? I truly cannot see. " " ' ou cannot see its infringement against ethics, its base coarseness, its gutter-filth, its lack of morals! " came the thunder. Sobs shook the slender frame of the accused as he iiieekK slinok his head. " M ' dear boy, the unhai p - point is just this: the joke refers to Santa t ' laus, the patron saint of all little children, and his name is smirked with that of college students! " " It is terrible. I shall never depend on exchanges again. What vile jokes some of those magazines do print, " sobbed on the editor. " Let the name of Santa Claus, like that of bootleggers and ile li(|uor ne er be printed in a Dodo joke, and the charges will be dismissed. " Pate i7i OLD-FASHIOXED DICTIONARY Drunk — have imbibed. Frail — delicate. Gin — machine for remming seeds from cotton. Neck — part of animal connecting head and trunk. Leg — supports of table or chair. Calf — young cattle. Knee — a joint. Breast — encounter, buffet. R ' e — a cereal. Pet — a cherished creature. Mug — a drinking cup. Damn — a barrier. Hell — a word used by sinners of the lowest order. BUILD WITH BRICK The DENVER PRESSED BRICK CO. 219 Temple Court Buildixg DF.W ' FR 77(f ' Home of Good Kod. k Finishing YOCOM PHOTO SHOP I S3 2 I2TH St. Rol I PI R 77a f ulA f u t Your Home Paper TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OILS NEW AND BEITER GASOLINE D D n THE TEXAS COMPANY ' U. S. A. Page 374 THK MODKRN GIRL Blessings on ihce, modern girl, Barelegged maid, with marcelled curl. ith th - turned-up. snippy nose. And thy abbreviated clothes; W ith thy red lips redder still. Kissed by almost any old pill; ith your rouge upon your face. From your compact ' s inner space; From my pocket I give thee dough — ' ou ' ll want more — I ought to know! You ' ll have all that I can buy, In the reach of ear and eye — Outward diamonds, inward food; Blessings on thee — do be good I ] ' A Muise and Norman leaker, official persuaders to advertisers, said to us : " The students surely will appreciate your co-opera- tion in helping to put over the lest COLOI A- DOAN ever published. " Norman shed a tear or two, while Ed threw a couple of gestures. So Ileres Our Co-operation I V. LENTIXE HARDW. RE CO. 1 2th AM) Pearl PHONF 2 2:; PIAMBINX; iiKArixc; RKPAlRINC; JoIINS-MaN II.l.E Root IXC American Radiator Prod- icTs, Standard S ' upply FixTiREs, Craixe - O ' Fal- i-ox Supplies. IRON FIREM. N STOKERS WILI.IA.MS OIL-0-M. TIC BURNERS ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION The CA PLUMBIXC; cSc HEATING CO. ' ' The House of Quality " 112 Walnit T) BOULDER Jt p e }:s The College Four Hundred «o cz::z=zzii=:z:i:z:z::j::::zri t| M|| t-:-::.::- :: :-:::::.i:i::ziz::: ' :zd @ (By E. Lester Page, Jr.) YES, people seem to have more fun than anybody. And the Greeks on the rni ersity campus ha e graljbed their share of the peaches and cream during the past ear ith all the customary- jiomp and snootiness of the collegiate aristocracy- that they only too loudly profess to uphold — hut in childish greed and smartalek foolishness that will furnish the grads-to-he with many of the longest and merriest laughs that school day memories can bring. Beginning with the political reign of the A. T. O.s and the glorious football team of the Phi Gamma Delta, the sane onlooker has been treated to the most ridiculous of shows, climaxed b the scholastic success of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and the social and rush week ri alr - of Beta Theta Pi and Chi Psi. The Coloradoan Barrage here jirints brief notes on the doings of the campus " smart set " grouped in the Greek di isions of the fraternity world. The l)() s recruited from the brotherly bonds of Masonic dignit - pledged a sum total of four lads this year. To them goes the monstrous platinum-plated, gold lined, personally engra ed lo ing cup offered b - a strong fraternit - boosters who had the honor of running for an office against Go . A Smith for the one Greek club which didn ' t hang a blueprint of " our fine new house to be erected ne.xt spring " in front of the fireplace during rush week. Some of the economic students report ih.ii there is an Acacia named Schro[)[) who seems to hail from Kansas. . I : ( S o)ii t Phi The boys built a new house (pardonez moi — manor) and right across the Kami)us Krick from the Delta Gamma home, too! ' e ha e just learned that Henry Bull and Ned ( " am])bell arc two se[)aratc persons — our mistake. W ' c had always thought of them as the same person. W ' c .ipnlogize, Mr. Bull. Cinipbcll is the lad who tried to aljolish intramural athletics, you know, because the awtul Sigs didn ' t ha e time to compete — .so busy making furniture for the new house, you know. Yes, yes, girls, the bo s arc RK. 1,I, ' going to gel some ch.iirs to sit on — right away next ear. Page 37 Al()ha Ttiii Onu ' na Oh, fs. The Alpha Tans ha t ' tlii ' lamims l)y the horns this year. I ' l-lluws. They ' e gi eii up athletics, iloii ' i l elieve in it (uh-huh). And John (iiovanni Holt, " the dashint; l.rnnette Lmhinvar, " is PRKSII )i: T ( )!• ' TMK A. S. l ' . CM And not onl ' that, but the hnalK graduated Jack JleaK, the laiik - Irishman who ranie to school just as the roof was finished on Old Main. And, girls, the reason the ' don ' t i;o to an ' of the sororit ' dances is l)ecause the ' re just too INDKI ' KXnKXT. Of course, the - have Life Scout " Semi " Hershe - another excuse, fellows. But an how " Milt and Blackie " didn ' t get kicked out of the Kappa house the last time tlu went nut on a midnight serenade. Delta Sii nia Phi Delta Sigma l hi (not a business fraternity — sa - the creditors) has l)eeii keeping all its many activities under cover, of probably darkness. Ray Gunning, that model for Bir.r.ER and better Arrow collars, almost took Bett - Selfridge to the Junif)r Prom — a great political mo e. Of course, tlio, he went to the Delta Gamma dance. We suppose the boys are going id build a new Imuse. Dclld Tun Delia K it Hiiikle. I ' lested and Buiterworth! Enter f|uietude, lranquilit -, rest. I ' err - Eiartlett liiialK- realized his ambition after nian - ears of patient struggle, he led the Junior Prom. Harold I (nd, iiuincni .iiui pn|)iilar operetta manager, is conspicuously well dressed this year. IMie operetta was a success; that is, for everyone but the Boosters Club. Fame galore was brought to the banners of dear old Delta by the administration of Ted Kirkmeyer, head sleuth of the Soph cops, who rammefi terror into the hearts of timid frosh. F " or some unknown reason the monthh ' meetings of T. . K. ha e been mo ed from the Delt domicile to the Sigma Chi residence. And nearK all the Ixjys have pledged the sack club, and are holding the embroidered burla[) with a golden axe-handle. K(if) Mi Siiinui The Kappa Sigs ha e pledged allotta athletes, but there still seems to be some sort of scholastic difficulty. It is rumored that the brothers are kinda olT form on their examination teamwork. The boys still use John Rames as a major rush talk: and he, by the way, is reported to be doing some gofid work down in the Rolarian meetings. John is a Rotarian, -ou know. Belongs to th ' club an ' ever thing. The biggest laugh of the year came with the announcement that . Continued on page SSO The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital Surplus BOLLDKR, COLORADO Member Federal Reserve Syste?7i ■4f- Officers and Directors $100,000 20 , 000 J. O. BiLLlG . J. E. DeKalb . R. F. Phares jM. a. Harvison President Vice-President Cashier Assistant Cashier SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES EOR RENT Commercial, Savings and Collection Departments If there has ever been an - strife between the Phi Gams and the A. T. O.s, we ' ll have to grant the latter a tall)- when an A. T. O. (last year ' s graduate) takes a " Fiji " " to jail on a criminal charge. FONDA BOTTLING CO. See us jnr QUALITY PUNCHES AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS I ' kaxklix p. Wood " 98 Eigene Wekek WOOD c WEBER, Inc. ENGINEERS 1010 Midland Savines B ' .dp. DEN FR W iiKN ov Want Quality Goods AND Courteous Service GO to QUINE ' S Co-(Jp Campus Drug Store Prescription Druggists PHONE S40 Page i S ■ SkSk SkSk m B.- ikm ik m m TIMK - TRIKI) DKPKXDABIIJ I SNOW iMi()r(x;RAiiii:R Quality Since 1910 m W l» WWWWWWWWW ' WW WWWWWWWWWWW ' ' - Page ):• Kappa Sigma — Coiitinucd West had become ti beauty specialist. Maxbe it was he who attemjited to start that beard contest, who knows? Kappa Sigma ' s claim to arsity athletic letters was crushed when Warren Terry became ineligible for the Gym team. P. S. — The boys pulled a Phi Gam on the Phi Gams and won the intramural cup. And they had the frosh president — for a while, I mean. Beta Gamma Bankruptcy and optimism caused the lads to lay aside their acti ities as participants in smart political mo " es and to open up their bonds of deep fra- ternal afl ' ection to their brothers under the skin, the Sigma Rhos. When we were rushing this article to the printers, the " Beta Rhos, " or " Sigma Gammas " or what have you, were busy announcing to the unsuspecting campus that they had made the national Theta Xi, which, they assured us, they were bound to make. (Theta Xi— that ' s THE big national, you know terribly EXCLUSI ' E. Yes, we turned down Deke, and Psi V. because — well, you see, the ' re just not IN it, and we couldn ' t see our way clear to accepting them). The frat has lots of prominent men, too. There ' s the drum major (you know — that tall, graceful, Bohemian sort of chap who was the chief attraction in any parade), and also old man Munson, who is EDITOR-IN-CHIEF of the Coloradoan (that ' s the yearbook here, ou know). Beta Theta Pi Beta Theta Pi, the Boulder branch of the W. C. T. l ' ., which rates about as well as that organization does in Tia Juana, pledged a wonderful bunch of boys this year. Most of them are t pical Betas. Their house is located northwest of the Chi Psi lodge. They stand high in activities, though, with the business manager of The Window and the vice-president of Adelphi. At last the W ' oog- lums are even with the A. T. O.s. Yes, young Haley went Beta. (His father ' s an A. T. O., you know). The Sig Chis report that Jack Morphew isn ' t back in school, but then, we ha ' e Willie Chapinan. An un erified dispatch from Den er rejiorts that East I)en er High is giving a Woog pledge button with every di- ploma. However, there are those who believe the Beta lads will survi e all right anyhow. (Local fight promoters have not been able to sign up any of those demons for |iunishnient yet.) Chi Psi Latest accounts estimate that the lads from the Lodge lures STla.itOL d worth of pledges in their BONDS this year. Their connection with the Western Con I in lied on page 382 Page iSO Ai)ii-. - i) c iiii,i)Ri ' . -s kl■,. l) - ()- K k wd I TRX 1 sill xcs ' LV S ) ' kc s Lie, 1400 Pearl Street Phone 96 " Have you heard the English pants song? " " No; what is it ? " " London Breeches F a 11 i n i- Down. " — Pelican. Lat at SOMKR ' S Sl ' XKEN GARDKX I ' ADDOCK ' S On the Hill l ' " . ERVTIIIXG FOR THE StIDKNT The PALACE STUDIOS THANK 0V For the majority of tlic pictures appearing in this issue of the COLORAIJOAX We hope to serve you again next year — and the years to follow D WIS a,nl LACV 1906 Twelfth Street hit, Pi.w. Ave. Pai.€ Jil Chi Psi — Continued Securities Corporation has not been definitely ascertained. Since the Chi Psi offspring, Scimitar, fell into disrepute by pledging a certain bespectacled chap from the eating club way, va ' up on the hill, the lodgers are harboring political aspirations. The ' pulled one of the cle erest political mo es since the Colorado Party arranged to have Gordon Allott run on the other ticket. And the - have a ' F;RV prominent oung la v er (we can ' t remember his name — was it Ha vood — or Stanwell?j who is running for A. S. U. C. president! And he ' ll ha -e the emi- nent Macleay, the lad who became famous o ' ernight for fussing that blonde Pi Phi (most popular co-ed) whom noboln- knows is engaged to a Lambda Chi at Dennison College, to be his campaign manager. That assures the candidate of two ' otes. Ldinbdd Chi Alpha ASSETS: Three fur coats (dog hair), memory of Don Murray, eleven pledges, one cook, and Bud Denton. LIABILITIES: Seventy-six chapters, one house ( alue unknown), one fraternit ' sweetheart unfortunateK ' interested in another chapter, ele en pledges (same ones), membership in the Colorado Part v. Phi Delta Thcta e understand that one of the brothers ran the old Theta house this summer. Some of the boys who seem to be so susceptible to the " tin " wish he were back. The campus has watched with considerable interest the progress of J. Gress in his dair ' business. They are still using Kenny Mead to scare the kids awa ' , and we understand that he has given se eral of the co-eds who go in for that sort of thing considerable worr - at various times and in arious places. We wonder if Dick Plummer is any kin to that plumber named Lee who is reported to have worked down by the sea (near that fish cannery). The l)oys are still poking fun at Margie Reimers e ' er since the da ' that Don Griffin refused to appear in the operetta in short trunks. Phi (id nun a Delta Announcement from the Fijis indicates that pkms hir buikliiig a new house ha e been given up and the chapter will mo e into the gymnasium in the near future. Because (jf a large acti e chapter and the unexpected return ot countless other men. Phi Gamma Delta jjledged onh ' a few men this year. (Note: The ' have managed, however, to pick up a few ODD boys at ODD times during the year). The campus is watching with anxiety the progress of the athletic boys ' attempt to make the business manager of the SiKer and Gold a hereditary posi- tion. And then there ' s that (JKinjiic star. Zephxr on a sororitx ' di .in. Continued on pa e 3- 4 Page 3S2 All-C oloi-ciLloan W resiling Team ■(» Founded at the Great Family Institution in 1929 F ( ' ;aT— Mistletoe p „_S„lit;,ire Don B. (;nai.i, aw( ' ir(;ima Risi.kv Gi-RALi) Hknaghax and Barbara Ri-fjves Ti:i) Anderson- and Nancy Pleasants Harold Ford awrf Mvkna Kniselv Russ Campbell and Lvdia Jordan RAr.i ' ii Phillips awrf Jane Kwing Don Griffin and Margaret Relmers Bi D Reagan and Dorothy Cllff Jack Holt— f doesn ' t care Buck Smith — So does he Bid Denton and Lucille Xorvili.e Milt Garwood and Betty Merrk k Patt 3S3 Pi Kappa Alpha At last! National recognition has been gi en to local talent. The national fraternity- magazine published the picture of Art Bauni. Art is that expert at hair-restoring. But, sad to relate, that smart political moxe the lads made with the Chi Psis, Beta Gammas, and a few other of the bigger fraternities, didn ' t get Brother Philip the senior class presidenc -. Oh, well, as long as that Delta Gamma from Colorado Springs retains her affection for red-heads, Ralph needn ' t worry (it is said). PJii Kappa Psi ' ou ha e undoubtedh- heard of that illustrious fraternity- upon whose chapter roll is inscribed the names of oodrow ilson, John Davis, J. D. Banks, and Francis Kibler. Perhaps you are not acquainted with the fact that out in the bucolic wastes beyond Boulder, beneath the protecting shadow of Chautauqua, li -e a group of earnest young men who purport to be Phi Psis. George Philpott is Phi Psi ' s only claim to fame. George, aside from being musically inclined, edits that sensational sheet, the Colorado Engineer. Peter Reilly, who was, inci- dentally, born under the sign of Taurus (the Bull), has finally become a Big Man on Campus. Pete (as he is affectionately known to his brothers), is now presi- dent of Pi Epsilon Poop, national pep fratney. Plii Kappa Tan Phi Tau, the club over on I ' niversity that pledges all the boys from Fort Morgan that the Phi Gams and A. T. O.s don ' t take, has had a wonderful year. Yes, they had the president of the BOOSTERS CLl ' B (the fact that the organi- zation passed a quarter of napping unusual ev ' en for its bleary existence doesn ' t count). Sherwood Stanley was the doctor who gave the sleeping potion. Old timers note with interest and amazement that Art Cudworth is still in school. PJii Sionid Delta Among the men back in the synagogue are Gardenswartz, Gorochow , Green- spoon, Pepper, Weinberg, Zweibel, Moise, Frcedman, Lasser and Spicgelman. The fraternity is still rushing Harr - Shubart, Phil Milstein and Aron Lutz. Continni ' d on Page 386 Pagr 3.14 The ihrill thai (3omes Onee in a life time WHEN you open the first shipping case. ... hat a happy thrill I ... if your Annual is " Kraft Built. " It is u Iciriods culiiiination to your months of arduous labor when you find that the final steps in the building of your hook have skillfully made your dreams into a beautiful reality. Don ' t take any ehanees; be sure your book will cause a ibrill of satisfaction; be sure it is " Kriift Built. " THE HIGH STOHENS PRESS KRAFT BUILT )| [|J5CH00L ANNUALS dEFFERS0Ntfry,MI5S0Ulil M A K fe R. OF f CfteSCT P R l I TI N q L ATe S S ' IKAK FRIlvS I ' lll-.Kl-I arc two a s to li se your rt-puiation: The first is to jjo on a steak frN- and ask any Delta Gamma the other. Steak fries are in- iii |)ensal)lc in W ' l ' stern eiitiTtainment - " va ' out lierc where Faniiio is still a jjirl ' s name. W hat else is there to do sjiring (juarter when the trees antl the rtowers lilossom out. and the in iiforating breath of the Flatirons seems to lieckon -steak fries. ' The onK- necessar ' re(|uisites are the " feminine. " a Ford and a blanket. Sometimes refreshments are taken along, such as a package of chewing gum. Several years ago, howexer, a couple or two were known to take some steak alonij. This practice has pro ed to lie too LR)thersome for more modern Romeos, though, and u|i-to-date wooing is augmented only by a clear conscience. Where to go on a fr ' . That is an exer-prcsenl (lueslion, liut most tries get no farther than l " our-mile ranxon or tlio top of Flagstaft. Some ha e been known to terminate as close as Chautauciua. After all, it is onl - a matter of " where -ou lead me, 1 shall follow, " and this is generalU ' telt up to the " Hf)opie " which isn ' t ver - particular. Is Today ' j 7 ask T 11 " . utility business is much like the educational institution. Both arc preparing for the future while serving the requirements of the present. Colleges and universities are training the men who will carry out the program we are making now for five, ten, or twenty years hence. An organiza- tion engaged in serving the public, such as this company, sees tomorrow ' s need as today ' s task. That, also, is the purpose of the University of Colorado, which deserves congratulations upon another year of useful service. Pi ' BLic Skrvick Company of Colorado Sigma Alpha Epsiloii " God gi e us students! " From the looks of this ear ' s pledge class, (iod gave ' em students. Shades of Pi Phi! Oh, the blessings of transparency! It ' s a funn - thing — the boys haven ' t felt the urge to go to any shows lately (we mean real picture shows). And the house manager has raised the " ante " on the back rooms again. However, the rent will be back down to forty dollars per week next ear (just enough to help pa ' the interest on the indebtedness) — because the Arrow gals have ordered some new and hea " ier curtains for the back windows. (Also, some locks have been ordered for those back doors.) Besides having the best liked man in school, " Stew " Beresford, the Sigs loudly proclaim as a kning brother that clever humorist and man of his con ictions. Lero - Keller. Jim Blue stayed in school this ear, but Jack Schwer didn ' t come back Winter Ouarter. Sigma Chi .• t last the local representati e of the League of Nations has a new domicile, at least that ' s what some of the rushees were told when they were herded oft " into that room where the brothers must take turns wielding the old twenty-pound lead pipe e ery year. The new house wasn ' t quite finished by rush week, all ot which occasioned some embarrassment, because the rushees couldn ' t distinguish between the actives and the carpenters. Reports have lieen recei ed that the lads are using naturalization examinations for pledge exams this ear. " e are glad to see the bo s attempt some pretense of Americanization, at least. Among the " sigs " (that ' s their latest sham to fool the public, ou know) one man, Harold King, shines out like the pro erbial outdoor telephone booth in distress, and he recently defied all mankind with the proclamation that he holds the campus political forces under his thumb. He modestk- admits that he could be A. S. I ' . C. president if he wanted to, but what ' s the use. ' ' He runs the school an way. To the chapter ' s glor ' has been added the distinction of hax ' ing a major part in the organization of the campus Hi-V Club. The high light of the year, however, was the bringing of one of the cellar boys out to be senior class president when the Pi Kap candidate was found ineligible. Sigma Xli What a whale of a difference a house mother makes! We can remember when the brothers used to offer unsinkable competition for the old siher cup. But then, thirty bootleggers were arrested in Boulder last spring. And we all know that the three-foot pile of " empties " out in back must ha e come from some of the other houses. The l)o -s report a happy year, and .Art Oiiinlan, chairman of the Continued on fti ' e 3SS Pagf 3S6 25Z JOSIgCHWARTZ DIAMONDS MANUFACTURING KJjEWELEK HOME. OF ORIGINALITV i000-16thSTR- DENVER COLORADO Jrroa- of Pi Phi SEE (iRAIlAM I ' lRSr HOTEL BOl LDKRADO lli(;ii Mark, Manager Caje Under Same Management as Hotel European Plan BOri.DKR COLORADO An Expression of Gt)od Will and Ciood Wishes to the Students of the L ' niversit - of Colorado TSTS TTir TRF Cl ' RRAX THEA IRK Sigma Xn — Continued rushing committee, is said to have hired more boys to fill the house this year than in an - pre ious football season. Of course, the foregoing statement doesn ' t inspire a remark about " Buck " Smith, and we do think he is a tine l)o - to ha e in the operetta, but after the howling success he made on the stage last year we ' d like to suggest that he stick to football. Signui Fill Epsilon ' e are, we are, we are the Boulder ' . M. C. A. And the Right Re erend Kinne -, re i al leader and sterling example to young American manhood (of a t pical Sig Ep), is still chief procrastinator of political morality down at the little church by the side of the road on Broadway. And. girls, he still pretends to be that impressario idealist who belie es that students should vote for the finest man. It is reported that some of the kids from the University Hill Grammar School still insist on stopping in the house to do their outside reading. And the architect for the new Xiwot library- was around the other day to get some ideas- During rush week the brothers informed some of the rushees that they have an all-conference pitcher in the house. If one lielieved the rumors issuing forth fmni the Chi Omega house in the back yard, we would suggest that they seem to have several " pitchers " of AU-American caliber. But even that was not enough to keep them from losing those two South Denver boys — an indication that the last foothold is finally being lost. Bankruptcy papers have not yet been filed. I i I Page 3SS lARKOFF ' S Movicu TO I . i KKsrr llii.i. To Si;r K " ' oi- BirriKR 1153-5 riiiRii:i; iii siri;i;i ' S TRKAMKR DRUG COMI ' W " Where are you going tonight ■ " 1910 Twelfth Street " To see ' When a Man Loves! ' " ? " Where? " " Over at the Theta House. " I ' lioM-: 109 1 1) R 1) 1. 1. 1 C 1 ti I 1 LA 1,.-, THE BIDK-A-W KE TEA ROOM 1211 1 3 T H s ' !• R !•: F. r IJXDKOO IH, SHI BART CO. Denver, Colo. — Established IQ02 Power Mixixc; and Kqiipmknt A i: K T |- I- k W |() R 1; 1 ) A RITlvDRKSS I Tilt . o. - II jr II. ilk ■ I)KESsim; Hat-ted or Hat-less, you need Rite-Dress to keep that well- groomed appearance that gives the correct impression of You -Ask ' our B.xrber For It THK Bl KRCiKR BROS. SL PPLV CO. D E N I ; R Collitch Dafty-Nitions A Tea Dance — A necking part ' made legitimate by an orchestra. Final Week -Students -s. Faculty. Football Game — Where Betas and Chi Psis speak to each other., Sorority Prom Breakfasts — Where ou see " our date the morning after with storage eggs, beans, and pink pills. Holt ' s " Intestinal Stamina " — It took two full pints to win the D. U. game. THE BOl ' LDER HI-Y MIRROR BOY SCOUTS— Whereupon the Mirror reflects its guilty conscience. The Fluctuant Three — Politics — W ' olle — Operetta. Operetta — Vodeling done in three moxements. Readmission Board — Perpetrators of the Spanish Inquisition. Children ' s Hour — That blissful hour after supper when the fraternities aid in that " hour mix-up " at the sororities. S. A. (meaning social ambition) — That necessary recommendation tor member- ship in Pi Phi. Student Politics — An excuse for street dance (or an egg fight). Hell Week — W hat jjrice independence. Football Specials — When fraternit - hope-chests are replenished. Colorado Party — Alpha Tau Omega. Experience — What ' ou get when ou are looking for someihing else. Junior Prom — Where all men are brothers under the gin. Gra|)etruit — A lemon that saw its chance and made good. Cornhusker — A Chiroiiodist . Cynic — A man who has ne " er stepped out with ainthing bul a co-ed and who claims all wdmeii are alike. College — Where the " flower " of ilie famih- .goes on Oad ' s dougii and returns half- baked. Page 390 Pait ?»; ' 31: " Look who has a package! Xow we eat! " ' . ' i; " ' ep, we ' ll ha -e a spread. I got a blanket. " — lVindou Sez She: " I bought these stock- ings in Paris ery cheaph- and ou can ' t touch them here for SI 0.00. Sez lie: " (lOod-bye! " — Oranoe Peel. Style — Quality Two vital points in the student mind when selecting clothes HICKEY FREEMAN SOCIETY BR. ND Our feature lines that answer the question for the college man of today Reinert ' s Hub Clothings Co. Twelfth .and Pe. rl Sts. BOULDER rill ' ' , WK.W.Wl " Service II ' ilk a Smile " We Dki.i kr Phone 2550 DRINK SPRAY ' S V COFFEE )i: IK, C ' ol.liK I)( I Page i9Z Royal Order of the Sinking Ship ■■ J iu- Xcu . i( HHI Honorar ' Society for those who have had or should have had to resort to the hfe-saver once in four years Founded- -Harvard, 1643 Flower — Raspberry Blossoms MIDSHIPMEN K. Chisholm . t " iiRi TY S. Stevens M. Barnes D. Des JardiN " . M. Maxwell S. Klliott J. KlRKPATRKK Cap Hardy J. Shiner ' t. Si-aildinc; F. Patterson J. SiCKMAN E. White H. St therland B. Movers M. Graham B. Follansbee B. Dice Al.lMNl JiMMV UlIE SlMl 111 H-MI E. Savac.e C. Missox Chisholm Christy Elliott Marj. Craham Marg. Graham Stephens Spai ldin Sitherland Page }9) 26 w Bwrnm •....YOUR PLEDGE OF ' 14.00 TOTHE STUDENT UNION BUILDING FUND IS PAST DUE A PROMPT REMITTANCE WILLBE APPRECIATED, ETC " CO-EDUCATION ' : THE PI phi ' s are SO HAUGHTY THAT THEY SAY IT ' S VERY NAUGHTY, BUT YOU BET YOUR BOOTS THEY DO IT ON THE SLY. a II MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB... IT FOLLOWED HER TO THE 5CH0OL-HOU5E ONE DAY.... OUR NONCHALANT HERO FRAMED IN A BEDCHAMBER. Pant 394 26z All-AiiKi iCcin Su-AnJ-So s cC By . Lkstkk I ' ai.i:, Jk. Head Coach: Walter Franklin Trainer: Morris J. Fields Ni:i) Campbell (Captain) Harolu King ( " Line " Captain) CiKANT StANWOOD Don Macleav CiOROON Allott Harold Ford J. D. Banks Peter Reillv " Stew " Beresford Lerov Keller Park Kinney Honorable Mention Bill Chapman Don BA(iNAi.L Leonard Smith Bill Railey Morris Greenspoox Calyin ds R. LPii Prator Kenneth Mead Pate 39S ' ' Me ' " Club «s TT HIS club was organized witli the sole purpose of furthering the interests " ' of the individual in any lines which he deems necessar -, for his judgment is always right. The policy of its members is to speak to nobody unless you have to, and then act as if it hurts you. Pledging is done by mail as both pros- pective pledges and members are unapproachable on the campus. Flo-wer — For-Get-Me-Not Colors — Gold, Silver, Emerald, Ruby, Topaz, Pearl, etc. Motto — " Egotism is the opiate which Nature administers to deaden the jjain of mediocrit ' . " Mussolini Iloiiorab r Mrmbcrs Al Smith " Bic, Bill " Tirxmi ' son Perrv Bakilktt GeNHVIICNH pRAMIt Bill H. c;nhv Harold King A. B. LocAN John Swikt Ste Beresford Cas Spali)i (; Bill Bradshaw Tuiiin Holmes Bill Chapman Curly Schloupe Sherwood Stanley Mruibrrs The boys from the Chi Psi Lodge Harvey ();h Richard Lek.h Pete Middlemist Marion Smith Bill Houston Clark Gittings Don Maclay Allie Brown ( i auk Elizabeth Hai;i Russ Campiu;!,!. Jane Jackson Russ Davis Dick Desjardins Bill Clelland Curly Schloup Bill Kelly Horace Bknuow Walter Sc iuvaiucnland Grant Stanwood Don liACiN ' ALL Gli;n ' ()wi; Paul Oshokm.; Roy Page 396 What Price CLiluirc ' •CKSHi ! §0 There, senile reader, is a momentous question Ci» l|)lll this (lucstion carefully as you glower al us over sour tortoise shells. After all, whilst you plug away in the dark recesses of your room and grow old before voii have ever been -oung, is that the better alternative. Don ' t be a grind! Don ' t be the bumbling and slouch ' creature seen in the movies — what good is a good iirain if )ii don ' t use it? Why not be a nonchalant, swaggering chap — have that easy loll, that nonchalant mouthing of a cigarette, that blase cynicism of sojjhistication? Would you not like to see life — would ou not care to acciuire the dash — the ner e — the lofty and faultless sophistication that comes from training re- cei ed under our course 999? If so, do not delay a single second. W rite today for our catalogue. Honest and well-tried testimonials furnished also in rc(|uest. rni-; pkbblk corrkspdndknck college Little Pebble, Colorado 111. I. IN . . i) ri:. R or r Dear Dean: I would like to receive your beautiful hand embossed catalogue telling of the courses your splendid college has to offer. Also will you send some of your Al testimonials that I might prove to my friends the value of your course? Alias . Habitual Hangout. I ' aif f? — I .f- " O. illii- l!i «i l ;i |i k ( " maiil — " " I$ I Inl I . JdRSHEV l I ) . — 4 |.|. | - " p g easy as one would suppose to sit down calmly, to park one ' s pipe on the desk, and to hold a post-mortem over the year with the idea of noting down the foibles of our dear family. In fact, after having survived the present year — so far — and having somewhat guiltily participated in its gidd - whirl, your observer is moved to shed a grimy tear o er the situation. We would like to craw] to the highest towers of Mack - and shout in loud tones the fact that College life is just one damn thing after another. IT H. S BEEN hard on our tender hearts to see so many of our friends succumb to the various traps provided lor us. They have tried, it is true, but they have passed out. We sadly empty our desk of several bottles, and muse over the times we have had. Well, it is better to go out head up than feet first. WE . RE SO proud of our dear institutions, and we will shout with our dying breath " Hail! Hail! to old Gadunka Waugh! " We have ceased to believe that our Iraternities and sororities are merely organizations devoted to the foisting of their own interests. No. They are benevolent propositions. We would our lonely souls could do without the sorority work-bench that serves as place of refuge for our deluded youths who have no other place to go. WE SNU;KEK .VT the L ullcgc bo.vs at pla -. W ho can forget the prom? The mother of the marathon, with its wake of empty purses and headachy memories. We saw it through a daze, but rumors have reached us to the etTcct that it was garbled and tiresome while it lasted. . NI) WHAT BEf ' .AME of all those dear clubs that so usc l to lighten our burdens and provide places to get out of studying? Crepe is hung over the " C " club. Funeral services were con- stantly being proposed for the Booster ' s club. That was once a club, you know. Where are the accounts of the honor societies? Did the rush of affairs bury this knowledge from us? Imagine a Glee club concert. Ves! Times ha e changed. Pagt 39S T TIIKN VI K I SKI TO KE I) the College t;rii)e sheets. We chinkle l in i;lee iv t the j.ilis the SJiC loved to give every- liody. and we sniffled in derision at the thinly disgiiise l propaganda that it emitted. The Dodo was our pride and joy. Its editors were keenly aware that they might l e given the boot. They actually enjoyed it. What matter of mind is this! ' They were cither dirty or tlull. The Window continued to reflect a feeble light. The great cynics mentioned it, but its flame was short lived. t)l livion and smugness claimed it. I III I I I IMI-, that the personnel of the Women ' s League vaudeville is made of those who were so unfortunate as not to make the operetta choruses. U E ENJOYED the operetta. It was a lovely chance to see College folk in the throes of being humorous and musical. Wc were moved at the annual spectacle of tired college girls in tights trying to cheer the college boys. Pictures of muscle-bound athletes trying to do chorus dancing, and visions of Campus Tweeds with (wlitics in their hind pockets. .After the smoke cleared it was noteil that someone made some money. )l K DEMOrRVTIC heart was warmed by the thought that we were niumliiTs of the great body politic of the University. We knew that the fearless leaders were working for us. We knew that they had our interests at heart. . nd we were warmly grateful. We asked someone about the political axe. but were told that It was buried. Thoughts for the independents. We followed the hoodwinked public to the polls and blindly voted as wc were told. We got down and thanked the Lord for the blessings of student government. u I Itl KN irtir old quizz papers, bless the Boulder Law Enforcement League for saving our souls, wish you luck, and tired, but childishly happy, seek repose. Paft 399 PHililVimCGtY 1409 Pearl Street — 1914 Twelfth Street Boi ' i DF.K, Colorado Absent-minded Dean (knocking on St. Peter ' s date): C ' mon, open up here or I ' ll throw the whok- fraternity out. — Lehigh Burr. JOSTEX ' S TrEASLRECR.XKT JliWELERS Ozvatonna, Minn. Class Rings, Pins, Medals. Trophies, and Commence- ment Announcements WE THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL E AR WATTS-HARDY ::: DAIRY ::: ' ' Perfectly Pasteurized " AIILK AND CREAAI ♦ EOULDER, COLORADO TllIRTEKXTIl . XD Al.XUT Piioxi; 401 P £c 400 GEO, W. OIJXGER Supportrd b a PERSOA.XEL of SO rK.IIM-l) JSSOCIJTES ( Iko. W . ( );i;r The 01inii:er Mortuary !r Sixteenth and Boulder Streets Phone Gallup 0303 DKWKR, COLO. PoflOt Advertisers ' Index Bide-A-Wee Boulderado Hotel Boulder City Bakery Buerger Bros. Supply Co Citizen ' s National Bank City Plumbing and Heating Co . Curran-Isis Theatres Denver Pressed Brick Co Dugout Fonda Bottling Co Graham Furniture Co ... . Greeley Daily Tribune Hub Store Jones Drug Co Josten Mfg. Co Lindrooth-Shubart it Co. , Miner Printing Co Olinger Mortuary . . Paddock ' s Palace Studios J. C. Penney Co Piggly Wiggly Co Public Service Co Quine ' s Campus Drug Store. . . . Ritter Dental Supply Joseph I. Schwartz Charles F. Snow Somer ' s Sunken (jarden. . Spray ' s Streamer ' s Drug Co Tarkoff ' s Texas Company alentine Hardware Co ' an Slyke ' s, Inc Watts-Hardy Wigwam Wood and Weber, Inc ' S ' orom Photo Shop. . Page .S89 387 369 389 378 375 387 374 369 378 387 374 392 369 400 389 369 401 381 381 369 400 385 378 371 387 379 381 392 389 389 374 375 381 400 392 378 374 4 Page 402 Index Abrrnalhey. Loui p, A. JM 3U Abboll. T. W.. 48. Acmci». 2»0. •-•SI. Acbrnback. ClyJt. 76. ActuiUM. lf S. Adams. Brity. 251. Aiianu. HarulJ. ITV. Adam. Mary. 3SI. . danu. T.. 317. . dflphi. 3:2. A. I. r. E.. SSI. . . E. E..M8. Aiktn. Arthur. 343. 279. Aiken. Joa«phior, 246. . itkrn. .Andrew. 46. AlbcKhl. Eslhor. 46. 253. . Irun.l -r. OrufRr. 203. . llan, Frank. 76. AlUriditr. Kalhryn. 25.i. .yien. Arthur. 2.S9. AUcn. . rthur. 76. Allen. Kthen P.. 46. 2M. Alien. Grace. 76. . Uen. Jean. 245. -Allen. . ' NHiia. 46. .Am« n.r..275. .Allison. Glenn. 353. Allott. Gordon. IM. 283. Alpha Chi Ome«a. 250-251. .Alpha Chi Siitma. 325. .Alpha Delta Pi. 254-255. Alpha S ' u. 366. Alpha Omicron Pi, 262-263. Alpha Phi. 258-259. Alpha Sigma Phi. 2SS-2S9. Alpha Tau Omega. 272-273. Alpha ZelaPi.334. Alps. Vera. 46. Altmter. Adrian. 255. Amhier. John. 318. .AmsiJen. Bernic«, 353. .An4ler»on. I nton. 301. .Anderson. Dorothy. 251. .Anderson. Esther. 257. Anderson. Henry. 76, 287, 30S. Anderson. John G.. 46. 320. 301. Anderson. John R., 293, 321, 322. .Anderson. Nouval, 269. .Anderson. Wm. E.. 76. Andrew. .Marian, 243. Andrew. .Maiine. 343. .Anloine, Josephine. 4b. Appel. Ray. 2S9. Armstrong. Charles. 301. .Armstrong. L. E.. 76. .Arnold. Ra.vs. 46. ,TJO. . 2.1. Arthur. Helen. 76. 249. .162. 3M. .Arthur. William, 104. 301, 317. .Asaph. 340. A. D. r. E., 350. .Ashlon, Howard O.. 104. 304. .Askling. Helen, 359. A. S. M. F,.. M9. .A. S. v. C. Touneil, 34. 35. Women ' s .Athletics. 185. Athletics, 136. Aurehus. Tom. 76. 28. .Austin, .Antoinette, 46. Austin, ETerly, 275. Austin. Helen E., 104. .Ayers. R..-29I. B Bahcock. Dorothy. 259. Bahcvck. John. 285. Babiari. J..30,l. Baehr, J. F., 76. Bagett. Bert, 304, Bagnall, Mary, 343, Bagnall, Don., 2.S3. Bailey. Dorothy. 249. Baird. Dorothea. 168. 229. 245. Baird. Dorothy. 245. Baker. Eliiabeth. 47. 345. Baker. Xorman. 104. 199. 200. 291. Baldwin, Etha, 76, 261. Ball. Conrad. 275. Balman. Evelyn. 99. 257. Band, 222. Bangeman. Raymond, 73. BaiU«. J. D.. 203. Bare. Eliiaheth. 247. Barkeley. Grace. 47. 251. 364. Barnard. Robt.. 305. Barnes Iila Bell. 247. Barnes. .Merle, 2.S9. Barnum. Lewis, 267. Barrett. Helen. 76. S.M. Bartholomew. Jack, 318. Bartholomew. Ruth. 77. Bartindale. Eleanor, 199, 200. Barllctt. Perry, 267, 77, 308. Baudino. Lewis, 305, Baugh, Era, 47, Beach, Chas., 47, 320. 321. 322. Beard. C. V.. 289. Beattie. Rohcrl.267. Beckstrom. Fred. 267. Beekwith. .Merrill. 299. Becler. Clara. 77. Beise. Charles, 77, 260. Beitman. Clarence. 77. .104. Beliale. Lohi. 3.U. Bell. Arthur. 399. Bell. CUrence. 379 Bell. Edna. 77. Bene. James, 35. Benge. Donald. 77. 297. Benight. Harold. 369. Benight. Marjorie. 77, 343. Bennett, Josephine, 47, 247. Bennet. KatSryn. 247. Bennett. Marv. 71. 255. Bennewitl. Carl. 301, Ben.« n. F. M., 77, 304. Bent.. Alfred. 29.1. Bent. Gordon. 295. Benton. H... ' t04. Beresfofd. Howard. 140. Beresford. . luart. 47, 269, 30H. Beresford. Theodore. 369. Berg. .Astrid. 47. 314. Berneien, Pauline, 47, 2-Vi. Bcmicn, Mikired, 2. i. Beta Alpha Psi. 334, BeU Thela Pi. 270-371. Bcuck.T. K , 399. Bible, Robt., 371, Big Sisters. 35S. Biitdemp. Louis, 47. Birchell, Helen. 77. Bimey, Fletcher, 271, Bittner, ,Anna Marie, 77. Bivlcr. Virginia, 78, 259, Black, Claude L., 299, Black, Doris. 47. 255. Blackwcll, Rex. 47. 320, 304. Bbckwoo.1, Edward, 78. 2S5. Blaine, Helen, 48, 251, BUnc, L. 303. Blcecher. Elaine. 364. Blood, Dorothy, 247, 78. Blue. James. 78, 369. Bobier, Frank, 289, 320. Boilenheiraer, C. W., 78, Bogert. Margaret, 349, 78, Boillot, Victor. 303. Bolen. Ida. 48. Bomer. Edwin. 48, 371. Bond. Burdctte. 99. 267. Booster ' s Operetta. 2 ' 23, Boaster ' s Club. 357. Bnslwick, Richard, 285. Boeworth, .Archie, 295. Botteman, Joe. 317. Bowler. 0 el. 7S. Bowman, Theodore, 303. Braddock. Wm.. 391. Bradficld. .Arthur, 78, 279. Bradfield. Floyd, 48. 330. 301. 333, Bradley, Paul. 279. Braishaw. William. 271. Brandhagen. Ixnorc, 249. Brannan. E., 271. Branson, Dorothy, 249, Bray. Edward, 279, Bremmer, Lorcn, 78, 303. Bretschncider, Miriam, 347. Bright. Dorothy. 48. Brinsky. William, 48. Brooks. Jack. 391. Brooks, Margaret. 48. Broomcll. 357. Brown. .Allen. 48, 104, 381, 308, 317 Brown, Eliial eth. 48, 361, 319. Brown, George, 279. Brown. George, 300, 367, Brown, Lois Chase, 48, 331. Brown, Robert. 48, 379, Brown, Ruth Raiiland, 48, 243, Brown, Virginia, 48, 245, 354 Browncll, Uiyall, 49. Brummer. C. B.. 72. 297. Bniner, Phil, 385. Br den, Margaret, 359. Buck. Douglas. 2S9. Auckland. Charles. 279. Buckles. Katherinc. 49, 212, 210. 3 4. 319. Buell. James. 303. Buirg -, Beth. 49, 261. Bull, Howard, 289, Bull, Henry. 78, 289. Buntc. Bcmire, 79, 182, I8«. 25.5. Burhank. Glen. 271. Burnett. .A.. 26.3. Burnett. Ijwrence. 287 Burr. Hamrtlr. 364. Burton, Harriet, 247. Busey. Mane. 79. 261. Bush, Eugene, 79. Butler, Bernanl, 283. Butler, Catherine, 257, Butler, Gordon, 209, Butler, Wm., 200, 267, Cairns. Patience. 79. 361. Calkins, Emily, 34.1. Camp. Archie. 79. Campbell, Alt«rt, T). 299, Camplwll, Edwin, 275. Campbell. Ned. 104. 308. 289. Campbell, Russel, 203, 79. Campbell. Sue, 255. Campus Life. 112. Campton. Georgie May, 49. Canby. Eleanor, 243. Carlson. Harry. 139, Carlson, La Verne, 251, Carmichael, Jessie, 7S, Carmody, Dand, 295, Carnes. Chapin, 204. Carson. L., 303. Caraon, Paul, 225. Cary. Sellie Mac, 49, Case, Kathryn, 257, Case, Riley, ,353. •C " Club, 327. Chambers. Wayne. 49. 297. Chalgren, Feiiton. 267. Chapman, Dorothy Jane. 257. Chapman. William, 271. Chapman. R.. 299. Chatfield. Raymond. 375. Chesebro. I.aura. 49. Chi Delta Phi. 319. Chi Omega. 248-349. Chi Psi. 294-395. Chlanda. Esther. 79. 357, 264. Christy. Vivian, 257. Church. Paul. S-M. Clagett. James. 279. Clagetl. .Malciilm. 279. Clark. Allie Brown. 247. Clark. Harold. 275. Clark. Muriel. 71.343. Clayton. WilJa. 79, 353. Clifford. Louise. 359. Clifford. .Martha, 79. Clore, Mareia, 79. Clow. Walter. 387, Clune, Arthur, 80, 279. Cluff, Dorothy, 345, Clyneke, Flsic, 71. Coffman, Charles, 49, 399, .131, 323. Colbum. , ' m. 285. Cole. Eli2al«?th. 247, Cf! .- I ' " (■ .10. r r. 208, Colorado Women, 334. CoUey. Ralph, 80. Collins. Catherine, 243. Collison, Betty, 257. Plge-IOt Colvin. John. 295. Combined Engineers. 42. Congo Club. 3«. Connors. James. 3.i.3. Connors. Madge, 2.57. Contenl. Charles. 29 " . Conway. Helen. 80. 25 " . Cooli. Carleton. 308. Cook, C. F.. 80. Cook, Hazel, 49. Cook. Lois. 49. Cooksen. Gerald. 50. Coombs. Frances. 50. Coppedge. H., 303. Cooper, Kenneth. 275. Cornell. Ellen. 261. Corlelt. Charles. SO. Cosand. George. 1.54. Cosmopolitan Club. 345. Cotton, Geo., 318. Cotton. Joe, 2S7. Court Wright. Gail. 2 " 5. Cowgill. J.. 291. Cowle.v. Wm.. 291. Cowle.v. Willard. .SO. Cos. Ray .Allen. 50. Coulson. Katherine. 243. Coyle. Robert. 301. Craig. Evaline. 247. Craig. Wulliam, 285. Cramer, . ' eldon. 299. .353. Crane. Mary Katherine, 243. Crawford. James, .SO. Creedon. Dan. 50. 322. Crissman. Ruth. 243. Crofton. Marion. 50. 247. Crossraan. Grace. 259. Cudworth. .Arthur. .50. 301. 321. Culp. Charlotte. 50. 2.39. 253. Cummings. Howard. SO. Curlee. Gene, 2 " . , Curlee, Kenneth, 80, 279. Curran. R.. 291. Cushenbery. Leaford. iOl. Custance. Barbara. 50. 243. Cuatance, Eleanor, 2.33. Custer. Clarence. " 2. D Daifner. Kenneth. 2S.5. Daily, Edwin. 31,S. Dalling. .Arthur. 199. Dena. Wm.. 353. Daniel. Mary Virginia. SO. 255. Dannenhaum. ' irginia. 261. Darnall. Clifton. 285. Davidson. Dorothy. 80. 245. Davidson. Kathryn. 50. Davis. Claire. 247. Davis, Jack, 38. 50. 323. Davis. Neil. 304. Davis, Kusscll, 275. Davis, Taylor. 203. Davis. W. R..SI, 323. Da •ison. Perry. 304. Debating. 214. Decker, A., 291. Dedisse, Jerome, 299. DeHoltzcr, J.. 303. Deines, Harry J.. 299. De Longchamps. Joe. 295. Delta Delta Delta. 252-253. Delta Gamma. 244-245. Delta Sigma Phi, ,302-30.). Delta Sigma Pi. 330. Delta Tau Delta. 266-267. Delta Zeta. 260-261. Demeter. Paul. 299. De Metrovich, Fred. 203. 2S7 Demman, Irwin. 275. Dcnman. Campbell. 318. Dcrryberry. Ruth. 81, 259. Deuser. Edna. 50. Devries. Dorothy. 81. De Zota. Charles. 50. Diamond, Marian. 243. Dick, Dorothy. 249. Dickerson. Lee, 299. Dickinson, Fred, 203. Didrickson. Eloise. 253. Dicker. Karl. 269. DiUey. John. 304. Dillion. Eileen. 81. Dinghraan. Margery. 81. Dittraan. Richard. 304. Donnelly. Jack. 322. Downie. Jack. 287. Dowis. Wm.. 305. Downing. Mary Louise. 257. Doyle. William, 285. Draper, C. 255. Draper. M., 297. Drescher. Katherine. 98, 245. Dresen, James, 81. Du Boi. Evelyn. 364. Duce. Robt.. 291. Duncan. Eunice, 8], 261. Dunning. Emily Jane. 81, 249. Dunning. Ernestine, 81. 249. Durning, Chas., 299, 320. Durning, Edith, 253. Dutcher, E. L., 104. 267. Duvall. Eddye, 247. Eagan, Dan, 287. Eames. .Alicia, 259. Eames. Ruthanna. 247. Edson. Ethel Grace, 81. Edwards, K. H..82. Edwards, Gwendolyn, 2.59. Edwards. Jack. 82. 269. Egeiton. S.. 320. Egglcston. Lathan. 304. El Circulo Espanol. 301 Ellett. Emerson. 295. Elliott. William. 289. Ellis. George. 318. Ellis. Herbert. 301. Engdahl. Willis. 271. England. Bonita. 255. Epsilon Kappa Nu, 323. Eriekson. L.. 283. Eriekson, Mabel. 52. Eriekson. Ray F.. .52. 299. Estes. Don. 275. Estes. Dudley, 27.5. Etehison. Lillie. 82. Eubanks, C. .A.. 284. Evans. Dorothy, 253. 251. 243. Evans. John, 269. Evans, Mary D., 52. Everett. Thomas. 82. 267. Evcrsole. Ruth L.,82. Ewing. James. 82. Ewing. Jane. 52. 245. Ewing. Lucy. 82. 247. Fairbairn. Corwin. 251. 52. Fairbanks, Florence. 52, 253. Fai Tc. Charles. 289. F ' aller, .Alice, 243. Farmer. Dorothy, 82, 364, 200. 314 Farreli, Dean. 285. 190, 200, 99. Fawlcy. Virginia, 319. Fee, Edward, 279. Fellows John, 267. Fenton. Chester. 304. Finek. Xancy. 247. 82. 362. Finch. Ra,v. 301. Fingcrman. .- am. Jr.. 52. Fischer, .Albert. 104. Fischer. Grace. 52. Fish. .Alberta E.. 82. Fishburn. Howard. 299. Flanagan. Helen. 255. Flanagan. Mary. 255. 52. Fleming. Mary Katherine, 253. Fletcher. Charles. 321. 287. Flint. Ruth. 2.59. Folsom Sarah. 364. 82. 245. 362. Ford, Harold. 35. 52. 339. 199. 200, Forsman. Elmer. 52. Foster. Betty L., 243. Foster. Dorothy. 53, 263, 264. Foster, Elizalieth L.. 82. Foster. Henrj ' , 295. Foster. Raymond. 299. Fowler. Freeman. 275. Fowler. Mary J.. 2.59. Fox. Carmen. 251. Franks. .Alvin E.. 83. 321. Eraser. B. H., 53. Fraternities. 265. Fredericks. Florence. 253. Freel. Helen, 83, 261. Frcel. Margaret. 261. Freidman. Max. 293. Freeman. .A. J.. 83. French. CamiUe. 72. Freshman Officers, 41. Friend. Elizabeth G.. 83. 259. Fries. Pauls.. 104. Fritz. J. H.. 53. Frink. Virginia Gail. 72. Frost. .Arthur. 303. Frj-, Theran, 275. Fuller. E. E.. .53. Fuller. Kathryn. 53. 72. 259. Fulscher. Florence. 53, 259. Funk, ' irginia. 2.55. Funk. Wilmcr. 304. Furness. Grace. 37. 53. Fuson. Horace. 318. Gardner, Wray, 318. Garland, Ernest. .304. Garoutte. Francis. 99, 257. Gari-cr. Brudette. 275. Garwood. Osier. 209. Gaver. Biirdette. 273. Gibson, Orlene. .53, 261. Giese. .Ada. 257. Giesc. Hc ' en. 54. 257. Gilbert, Carrol, .54. 151, 200, 267. GillxTt. Katherine. 245. Gilliert. Wm..267. Gillaspie. John. 51. 203, 299, 318. Ginder. Wallace. 289. Givens. .Margaret. .S3. Gweris. Margaret. 247. Glendon. H. S. 83. Gleason, William. 279, 325. Goetz, Chas , 295. Glaze. Henry. 203. Golford. Burton S., 83. Gooch. Henry. .381. Goodman. Mabel. 72. 249. Gwidman. Philip. 293. Gordon. Raymond. 83. Gordon. Robert. 318. Gorochow. 293. Goure. Hazel. 54. Grabow. Wra., 291. Grace. Raymond York, 83. Graham. Donald. 271. Graham. Elizabeth. 243. Graham. Ernest. 269. Graham. .Margaret E.. 99. 257. Graham. Marjorie. 257. Grant. Howard. 271. 308. Grant. NelKe. 249. Greenacre. . rah. 83. Greene. L.. 275. Greenman. .Alfred. 275. 353. Greenspoon, Morris. 293. Gregor.v . Edythe. 249. Gregory. Helen. 54. 243. Greve. Meynard. 269. Gribble. Bert. 299. Grier. Mary. 247. Griffith. Charles. 54. Griffith. Helen. S3. Gromer. Juanita. 84. 162. 186. 362. Grove. Ralph. 304. Gullion. Gu.v. .54. Gum. Frances. 84, 2.55- Gunning. Ray. 104. 303. Gunther. Wlllier. 291. Gustafson. John. .54. 320. H Gahageii. Winifred. 259. Gaiser. Mabel. 53. 35. 36. 216. 2i; 249. Gaither. James. 323. Gaither, L.. 53. 299. GambiU. Elizabeth. 53. 299. Gardenswartz. Max. 293. Gardner. D. H.. .53. 275. Gardner, John, 275. HalK ' l. .Mihired. 55. Hacker. Sidney. 54. Hagny. William, 235. Hale. R.. 289. Haley .Ara. 271. Hall. Janet. 2.57. Hall. Lewis. 271. 308. Hamilton. Darretl. 275. Hamilton. Elizabeth. 257. Hamilton. Winibel. .54. 251. Hamni. Francis. 99. 247. Hampton. Don. .54. 271. 375, 324. Haniia. Bert, 54. Hanna. Lillian. .55. 366. Hannon. Paul C, 84, 295. Page 404 Hanacr. Carl F., 275. lUruiiii. Chntrr. U. 3)t9, 333. Mamun, Hrlen, 55. 11 11 . Hrleti. 53. Marniijjton. I )n tliy. 361. llarr :.. Carol. 300. 343. 319. Ib.T.v.i. J. Paul, M. 399. Mart. Vnma. 55. 379, 330,331, 333. Harl.Clerald. 3ro. llar -i y. JnD. 343. Harvey. John. 379. Har .-y. .Marfcarrl, 359. 1I:l-I:i ,75. Lucille. 249. Ma ' .l .r. m.. 3C9. H.,K.»3y, UwB, 55. 333. Il.u. IS. Dunran. 3S7. Hay. I ' harles C. S4. ILnyilrn. Hrkn, 359. Ilayden. Wm.. 267. Hayes. Crcighton. 39.V Ha.vea. PonaM, 55. tieorgo. 375. Hayv9. Gladys. 347. Hayn. John H.. S4. 140. 304. 330. 331. Hayes. John. 395. Hayliick. Frank. 279. Haynes. Margaret, Jv4. Hailelt. RoU-rt. 287. Heanm. Eleanor. 55. 350. 251. Hearun. Mary. .55, 350, 251. Heart and Dagner. 332. Heroi. Morru. 199. 285. 288. HeBin. Dorothy, 253. Heitler. F.mnwtt,8i. Hellems, F. B. R., IS. Heller, Louise, 351. Hellstem. Pauline. 249. Henagban. Gerald, .55, 26©. Henry. Caroline. 55, 246, 347. Henry. Fred. 2J1. Hemin. LeRoy. 81, 379, Hershey. Colin S„ 99, 273, 308, Hesiiena, 362. HetherinKton. R..304. Hick. Helen E..,S4. 353. Higel.Clare. 72. 361. HifthberRer. Grace. 351. Hiking Club. ,351. 355, Hile, Paul, 39S. Hill. Harriett, 351, Hilliard, Har cy. 289. Hills. Dorothy. l. 345. Hinderlider. Creed, 287, Hines, Billie Lou, ,56. Hire. Delbert. .305. Hitchcoek. Verilon. .301. HoMo. Harry. .56. .301. Hodges, Lorene, 361. Ho lgkinson. F.,389. Hoftan, Maureen. Sb. Hofan, Richard, 301. Houington. Morris, 199, 300, 367, M. Hoke, Robert W., 397. nn|.) -n. I,aWTenee. 291, 3-53, li IrnesB, Richard, .56. 38.5. Hi ll.Tness. Virginui. M. ItVi. 186. 245. 363. Halford. Douglas. 389. Holland, miliam Y., So, Halloway, Jack, 391. Holmes. Helen. 245. Hi Imes. Raynor, 375. Holt. John, 34,35, 317, Home Fconomic Club, 356. Hoo.1. Garnet. 351, Ho| kins, Harriet, 343. Hopper, Robert, 375. Horal, Francis. 30?. Horlon. Kliuilieth, 253. House of Re)irescntativea, 37. Houser. John, 371. Houston, J. G„ 85, 385. Howard, Masehelle, 56. 297, Howanl, Wallace, 281. Ha«lett. Harry. 316, 383, Huffman. D.irothy. 85, 351, Hughes, D. Kloyd, 85, 285. Humes, Russell, 3(W. Hunt. Herbert. 371. Hunt. Lloyd. 301. Huntington. Sterling. 379. Hurst. Mary. 56. 3.59. Hutchinson. Glen. 541. 367. Hutchinson. Howard. 56. 299. 323. Hutlon. Kent Mai, .W, 299. Hynds, Rccd. 56. 297. I Ingnld. Jaciuclinc. 162. 186. Intemann. Luther. .56. 301, 308. 322. Interftaternity Council. 308, 309. Iota Sigma Pi. 315. Irey. Kveline. 56. !rvin, Elilalietb, 101, 247. Irwin. James. 397, 3.53, Irwin, John, 375. Isaacson, Louis, 85. Jackson. Clingan, 56, b04. 308. Jackson. Jane. 245. Jackson. Pauline, 83, Jacob, . ' iilney, lO. ' r. James. Stepban. 57. Jameson. Marita. 243. Jamuon. Mildred, .57, 99, 261. Jay, John W„ .W, Johnson, Edward, .301. Johnson. Beth. .57. 243. Johnson. Genevieve, 57, 261, Johnson, Marie, 37, 243, Johnson, Marvin, 275. Johnsmn. Nan. 85. 337. 345. Johnjmn. Richard. 371. 391. Johnson. R. I... 8.5. Jones, . bthony. 289. Jones. Charles. Jr.. 85. Jones, De Wilt. 287. Jones. Dorothy K.. 86. Jones. FMna. 57. Jones. J. M.. 86. 28i. Jones. Ijiwrence. 369. Jones. .M.. 3. ' 9. Jones. Ralph. 267. Jordan. A. R.. 57. Jorilan. Lydia. 86, 343. Joy. Floyd. 279. Joyce. .Mildred, 253, Juel, Doris. 247. Juniors. 75. K Kane. Vilhir l, 301, Kapia Alpha Tlicia, 356. 237. Kapia Delta Pi, .136. Kapi ' Ji Kap| a Ciainiua, 246, 247 Knpiia Sigma, 3.10, 291. Karnes. Dornthv, 251, Karr, Wiiiifre l. 86, K»lh, Adolphe, 57. Kaufftnan. Louise. 57. Keady. Eleanor. 37, 357, Keaehie, James 57, 2,S9, Keegan, Kirk, 287, 321, Keen, Charles, 353. Keiffer. Lim-. 28). Keith. K.. 301. Keller. URoy. 58, 210. 260, Kelly, Paul 387. Kelly. Delbert. 304. Kelly. Roland, 37, Kelly, Wm.. 391. KeUer. Mary L.. 86. 261. Kelli. Lawrence, 99, 267. 323. Kemp. Katberine. 249. Kemp. Warren. 304. Kennedy. Gordon, ,5 . Keoughan. Sidney. 395. Kerr. Rolierl.SS. Kibler. Francis. 86, 3S7. Kimlall, Edgar, 58, 303. Kimmel. Mauricem. 105. Kimmctl. Mary, S6, 235, King, Harold. 105. 285, 308. Kingdom. Julius. 375, 316, Kingslierry, Carita, S6, Kinney, S " at, 58, 387, 331. 332. Kinney. Park. 279. 316. Kirby. Lester R.. 86. 303. Kirkmeyer, Ted, 267. 353. Kirkintrick. John. 303. Kirkpotrick. Floyd. 58. Kirkiatrick. Margaret. 347. Kileley. Wm..58. Knight. Jean. 347. Knight. Ruth. 359. Knisely. MyTna. .58. 332. Knoop. Joel. 5S. 281.333. Knox. Janet. 247. Knucky. Elbert. 267. Koch. Geo.. .58. 316. Koehlcr.JoeB..86. 237. Koehler. Margaret. 261. Koerner. Harold. 58. Kol!. Rita. .58. Kostenbader. Kenneth. 30. Krepke. J.. 200. .304. Kroh. Geo.. 291. Kiillgreen. Gilbert. 269. Kuniman. Wm. C. 2J7. Kysar. Ruby. 59. 1. Lacher. Harriet. 87. 249. I.a?key. Ruth M.. 253. Lambertson. Wm . 318. lamont. Eliialieth. 363. I m.son. Eunice. 3.57. LandshuU. Clara. 59. 357. Lane. Fcm. 251. Lakin. Mary. 59. Lane. Fern. 39. 230. Ijing. Robert. 27D. Larson, Carolyn, 255. Le ' , Margaret Haiel, 86. Lennarti. Herman A., 103, Leorwrd, Uifene, 349. I.e«er. John. 389. Letfonl. .Margaret. S7. 333. 362. IjimlHia Cni Alpha. 398. 399. Lainson, Eunice. 51!, 356, Lampliier, J, S„ 275, Lamphier. Joe, 368, Unham, Allien S„ 86, I.anion, Caroline, 59, 234. LaSalle. Beech. 291. Lisaen. Oscar. 293, ijltchiini. Jack, .t .i ' . Lavitt, A. R.. 21i:!. Ijkwrence. William. 271. Lawyers. 103. LcCirele Franca is. 360. Lee. Riehanl. .59. 283. Lcftingwell. Jack. 267. Ixronard. Margaret. 261. l Minard. Owen. . ' 103. Lesser. Jonn, 353, 389, Lesser, Louis. .303. Lester. Jack. 375. Lester. William. 304, Levering, Dan, ,305, Lcvcna-ih, llibert, 269. Lewis. Tiieresa. 59, 260. Libby. William. 295. Lidcn.Oaear. .59, 301,308. Lindrooth, J. E.. 99. Lipscy. Goldner. .59, 301, Little, Daisy Mae, 353, 353, 59, Little Theater, 318, Lloyd. William L„ 105, 391. Logan, Wrnold, .304. 334. Ixigan. Allien B.. 87. I»lir. Harry G.. 60. Long. John. 3IS. Ix ng, Louts, 379. Lorenio, John, .324. Lott. Clifford. 318. Laughlin, Glenn, 105, Loughman, Bernard J.. 105, 291. 316, Loughman, Lawrence, 103, 291. Luce. Berniese. 87, 261. Luce, Everett, 87, 303 Lutin, Dorothy, 257. Lutx. . aron. 60. Lyic, Eugene F,, 99, 289, Lynch, Rirhatd, 199, 273. 325, Lyon, Hays, 375. Me .Maclcay. Donald, 395, Maclndoe, . nnie, 249. .Macintosh. Kathryn. 257. MacNeill. Mary. 88. MacDonald. Neil. 60. 1.3S. .MeCallion, Russell, 295, 60, Mc " anne, Roland, 281. .McCarthy. Eliiabeth, 60. .McCarthy. H. G., 99. MeClure. A. .M.. 60. McCarthy. Alicia. 259. 87. McCarty. D. W.. 87. McConnell. Duncan. 279. McCormack. Billie. 87. McCoy. Abram. 269. H Page 40 f McCarthy, Dorothy. 251. McCarthy. H., L ' . ' il. McCIenahan. Wilma. 251. McClintock, Robert. 87. McCready, Eleanor, 251. McCreary, Hugh, tiO. McDonough. Frank, 285. McDowell, James. 2S7, 87. 200. McDowell, Miriam, 253. McFadden, ViTiceiit, S " , 200. McGinnLs, Harley, 285. McGowaii, Doyle. 291. McGurie. Nellc, 60, 261. Mcintosh. Catherine, 100, 3U. Mck ' ay, Hall,20, ' i. MeKcan. Dayton, 214. McKee, Florence. 253, 60. McKee, Thelma, 00. 247. McKeen, Harold. 295. McKec. Jack. 287. McKelvey, Ermati, 269. McKelvey. Warren, .SS, 269. .McKinley, R., 321. McKinley, John. 60. 320. McLean, David, 60, 207. 299, 320. McLeod, Reita, 100, 249. McMuUen, Bess, 255. McWiUiams. . iidrew, 279. McNall. . lma Vivian, 61, 261. McXamara, Loraine, 245. McNeil, Mary, 2.i9, 100. MePherson. George. 81. .MeRedmond, Elisabeth, 8S. M Macey, James, 203. Mack, Catherine, 61. Maddock, Charles, 271. Maddock, Kenneth, 271. Mahanna, Ivan, 28, 88. Maher, G. R..6I. Malchon.C. D.. 301. Mallinson, Harry, 88, 297. Maloney, Martin, 308. Maloncy. R., 321. Mandeville. Frederick. 271. Manly, Foster, 279. Manly, Helen, 88. 255. March, Arthur, 88, 269. Martheiis, Howard, 271. Morrow, Danneth, 243. Marsh. E., 275. Mason, Mrs. A. R., 72. Mason, John, 143. Mason, Thomas E.. 305. Math Cluh, 363. Mathers. Margaret, 253. Matis, Henry A.. 323. Maul, M.O., 293. Mau, All Chuck, 88. Maxson, Dorothy, 88, 249. Maxwell. Melvin, 267. Megill. Kelvon, 271. Meigs, R. Jonathan, 297. Meininger, Josephine, 88, 253. Meloy, Maxiiie, 61, 261. Men ' s Glee Club, 219. Mercer, Viola Pijier, 88. Merman, ( lare, 61. Mcrriam. Walter. 207. 320. 323. Metcalfe, Virginia. 61, 261. Meyers, Alaine. 61, 2«, 314. Mickey. Harold, 88. 279. Middlekamp, Robert, 269. 321. Miller. Alice. 249. Miller. E., 30.3. Miller. George. 304, 317. Miller. Helen Jeanne, 100, 199. 200, 249, 362. Miller. Helen Marie. 61. 245. Miller, Marie, 61,249. Millikan, Oliver. 305. Mills, Eleanor, 257. Mills, Muriel, 162, 186. Mills, Robert, 267. Milstcin, P., 321. Miiliketi, Frances. 251. Mitchell, Norma, 199, 200, 249. Moellmer, Otto, 89. Moise, Edward, 240, 293. Moise, Joseph. 293. Montgomery, Fred, 89, 281. Moore. Davis, 295. Moore, Janie, 89. Moore. Katherine, 61. Moore, Mildred, 89. Moore, Willard, 279. Morgan. David. 299. Morgan, Owennell. 89, 319. Morgan, Martha, 249. Morrell. Gillian, 243. Morrill, Carl Linn. 87. Morris, Floyd, 72, 2S9. Morrison, Betty, 89, 245. Morrison. Ruth, 61. 261. Morrow. Dannette, 89, 200, 314, 319. Mortar Board. 337. Marton. Margaret, 62, 243. 314. Mosley, Earl, 89, 275. Mast, William, 318. Mudd. Jack, 275. Muhovick, Michael. 62. 320. 323 Muilins, Paul, 279. ,325. Mulnix. Barbara, 62, 162, 1.86, 2.59. Munns. Ralph. 142. Muuson. Charles. 62, 198, 200. Mnrphy. . nna, 62, 255. Murphy. Glenn. 62. 207, 320. Myers. William, 267. N Nagel. Frank, 275. Nagcl, Harold, 62. Nance, Gertrude, 62, 245. Nance, Howard. 295. Napier. Joe. 269. Neal, Virginia, 255. Neef, Berenice, 247. Ncef, Fred, 271. Neff, Cole. 62. 320, 325. Ncilson. Clarence, 62. 320. Nelson, Clifford. 318. Nelson, Elizabeth, 89, 162, 186, 247 362. Nelson. Elvcn, 62. Ness. Gunhild. 105. Ncttlcton. Clyde. 301. Ncvin. Willian, 62, 287. Newell, Glen. Newell. Joe, 283. Newell. Stanley, 279. Newkirk. Lester, 275. Ncwsom. Clarence, 305. Nichols, Ruth, 89. Nichols. Sidney. 63. Niekolson. James. 279. Niles, Russell, 214. Norlin. George, 19. Norton. George. 271. Nunes, John, 89. Nurses, 109. Nutt, Elizabeth, 63. O Obenchain. John. 291. Oberg. . aron, 63. 305. O ' Connor. Larry. 353. Olander. P., 301. dander, H.. 320. Olehy. Frank, 305. Olsen, Lucia. 249. Olmstead. Lydia. 245. O ' Rourke, .4nn, 63. Orr. Martha, 245. Osborne. Jean, 90, 247, 319. Outt. Joh. 63, 320, 323. Overfelt.Louis, 90, 299. Owens. Terry, 277, 322. Owen, Glen, 90. 269. P Palmer, Albcr, 90. Pannehaker, Gilbert, 204. Panhellenic, 2M. Parker. Jeancttc. 63, 243, 254. Parker, Josejjh, 318. Parker, Norma. 72. Parker. Leola. 81, Parker. Norman. 281. Parker. Velda. 257. Parks, F. L.. 6.3. Parks, William, 267. Parson. Gladys. 63. Partington. Robert, 304. Pate, Alice, 247. Patterson, Jean, 162, 186, 253. Patterson, Robert, 295. Patterson, Wilson, 289, 295 Paul, Jerome, 105, 267, 316. Papson, S.. 29.1. Peace. Cecil. 281. Peak. A.M., 318. Peatman, Joe, 63, 105. Peck. A., 301. Peck, Francis, 304. Pemberton, Richard E., 90, 321,323. Perkins, Gilbert, 305. Peterson. Luella, 63. Petit. Anita, 100, 259. Petrie. Wilbur. 269. Phares. Reve, 100, 243. Phi Alpha Delta, 317. Phi Beta Kappa. 312. Phi Delta Chi. 329. Pni Delta Phi. 316. Phi Delta Theta, 276-277. Phi Gamma Delta, 282-283. Fhilpott, George, 63, 206, 208. 321. Philip, Ralph. 63. 297. Phi Kappa Psi. 286-287. Phi KapiiaTau, 300-301. Phi Sigma Delta, 292, 293. Pin Rho Sigma, 318. Pi Beta Phi. 242-243. Pi Epsilon Pi, 338-339. Pi Kappa Alpha. 296-297. Pingrey, Eleanor, 64. Pinkney, James, 10.5, 271, 316. Piper. Stanley, 304. Piper. Wayne. 267. Pitney, Marshall, 299. Plattner. Elizatieth, 257. Plainer, Ehlcn, 281, Player ' s Club, 216. Pleasants. Nancy. 257. Pleasants, Sidney, 285. Plein, Elmer, 61, 303. Plested. Doloreil, 257. Plumb, Ailene, 64, 261. Polk. Leon, 304. Pollard, Eloisc, 90, 253, Pollard, Jane, M, 162, 186, 247, 254 364. Pcraranka. R.. 200. Pope, Dorothy. 257. Pope, Franris. 106, 269. Porch. William, 269. Porter. Austin. 295. Potts, Frank, 141. Pound, Frank, 305. Pound. Jesse. 106.317. Powell, Kenneth, 353. Powers. Joseph, 90, 279. Prator, Ralph, 64, 279. Presbyterian Union. 344. Preston, . llison, 257. Pulliam. Frances. 255. Pulver, Frank. 269. Putnam, E.,90. Putnam Neil, 297. Q Quam. Louis. 267. Quigley. George, 271. Quine, Josephine, 64, 251 Quine, James, 267. Quinlan, Clarence, 275. R RadclilT. Virginia, 249. Ralph, Winifred, 90. Rames, John, 291. Randall. Kathryn. 259. Randall, Vinita, 90. 207. Rasmussen, . ndrew, 303. Rasmusscn. Thomas. 90. 297. 325. Rathburn. Edwanl. 106. Ratliburn. Helen. 253. Rathburn. Huikon. 64. 267. 320, 323. Rathvon, Ada, 91. Rathvon. Samuel. 299. Ratliff. Margaret, 64, 261. Rawley. Mabel. 251. Ray. Leiand. 64. Raymond, John. 271. Reagan. Francis, 101, 283. 320, Reardon, K. W.. 106. 303. Reardon, Robert, 303. Reckhard. Ruth. 91. Redman, Juanlt, 04. Reed, Donald. 269. Reed, Harriet, 64, 245, Reed. Walker, 318. I t Page 406 Rffvi-. Bortnn. (H. 24;. Rwvr, Jann, : !. Rci l, Bruir. M. Heici. Fred. ■19i. Rridr. Klon-iKT. 300. 361. Hfillpy. Utontr. 1)1. 301. 3S7. Rrill ' . IVicr. lis. 3,S7. son, Hruuen, Manrarrl. III. 34S. Hrintmrd. Frank, , ' i;ii. Rrinko. .Mantarrl. 3ir. Rfilfr. Evelyn c;.. 91, 3S7. Rfmkf. Ruth. 91. Rewick. Rnlx ' rt. 3(M. ReyboU. Dou«laa. 37S. R -yb. ld. Hrlen. 343. Rr.vrr. Htif n .Marie 247 Rev -,•; Ke H - ' . Jo?. Reynolds. inMnl. 379. Ricei. Irene, 91. Rice. . Jane, 243. Rjce. Hamel. 243. Ri«. Mary .A.. 347. Riebanli. Robert. 279. Richmond. H.. 301. Rickel. Wesley. 301. Ricker. Cieorne. 2S5. Riddle. Carwn, 91, 2SS. Ridite. .Merton. 91, 297. Rinker. Catherine. 24.5. Rwley. Mritinia. Jl. Ritchie. CUud. 3(M. Ritchie, Loi». 261. Rilter. Ruth, 91. Ritterspaeh. Blair. 63. Rittersmch, P»ul. 91. Ritaman. K. W.. 91. Holwrta. Katherine. 351. Robertaon. Virtnnia. 6S. 251. Rohie. Charles. 295. Ro4 inson. (leofite. 279. 295. Rofiinson. John H.. 92. 279. Robins in. Richard. 2 S. Robinson, Hijaheth. 347. Robinson. . " Idon. 65. Robinson. Warren. 371. Robinson. William. 304, 395. Roche. Dessa .Mary. 65. 162. 186. Ro(ter. Dale. .103. .IM. Rogers. Walilo. 106, 30S. Rogcm. Wilbur. 31.S. Roller. Zohner, 2S9. Romberg. H.. 291. Ross. Thomas. 371. Roth. Donald. 304. Ron. R. .v.. 92. Royer, D.. 2S7. Rubfighl, Royal. 92. 297. Rue . Joe. ,104. 308. Rucker. R., 201. Rulej. Walter E., 92, 237, 325. Russell. Edna. 255. Russell. Frank. 2.S9. Riwell. Herbert, 275. R.v»n.J. F..92. 100.297. Ryan. Richard. 65. 304. Ryan. Willard. 299. 3li Ryland. Jane. 247. Pu f 40- Swd, F..J2a Saodem. Carolyn. «i5. ' •ner. Frank. 297. . " arrhet, Ijiuise. 257. Sa -a«e. ( ' . R.. 304, o ■■ ' •nige. IhirVer. 299. .• awyer. Kenneth, 318. .• wyer. IViul. 279. S«ylor. Piiuline. 253. S«yre. Chas.. 353. Searboro. J,. 291. Sehati. Ellen. 66. Schifferer. . nita. 93. Sehlageter. Rolirrl. 301. Schlaepfer. E. l.ouisr. 66. SchUppi. Roy. 2, i9. Schlupp. E.irl.92. 301. Schmidt. Florenrc A., 66. Schmidt. Katherine. 253. Schmidt. Walter. 303. Svhrepferman. .Alice, 237. 2.53. •Sehroeder. Oraee. 253. .Schropp. Frank. 2,S1. Schropp. William E.. 106, 317. SehulU. .Milton. 2. ' 9. Sehwabenland. Emma. 66. Schwnlienland. Walter. 92. 291. Schwalm. Harold C. 66. Sehwartj. Robert. 295. . ' Vrhwayder. Herschel, 39.3. Scimitar, 335. Scott. Helen. 243. Scott, K., 299. Searle. Eunice. 92. Selaslian. C. B.. 92. Sebalt, .Alice .M.. 106. Seehler. Earl, 92, 299, 323. Secley, Sam, 291. Ser%-ice, Helen. 66. Sebastian. C R., 297 .■Wgewiek. Sherman, 92, 289, 30S Selfridge, Eliiabcth, 93, 243. .Sellers. Jeff. 289. . ' ' cnatc. .36 Seniors, 4.5. .Senter, Everett, 271. Shaekelfoed. J.. 291. .Shallenlierger. Onslow. 93, 299. .• nnon. James. 93. 271. Sharrah. Loretta. 93. Shattiir. Hugh. 142. 279. Shattuc. Rolwrt. 279. .Shaw. Kathleen, 247. Shay. Bcrnicc. 249. Sheehan. Harriet, 93. •Sheets, Charles, 2. ' .5. Sheeti. Evelyn. 66. 2.53. . ' ihepperd. Parker. 93, .103. . ' %errill. .M.irtin. ,104. Sherill. William. .104. Sherman. Jiwph. 393. Sherman. . ' amuel. 39.5, Shiob. Marian. 345. Shirlils. Kenneth E.. 93. ' !- Keith, 9.1, ■ J " hn H., 66. 29.5. ' ■ - " ■ . " hirley. 347. I yier. 2S7. " iwr, trt rtrude. 9.1. 253 howaltcr. Ward, 275. 316. hneve. .Saiah, 249. ShuUrt. Harrv. 93. -Sieknuin. James. 36» Sigma Kpsiinn, 322. Shapiro. Julia. 106. •Siever . Ciciirge, 291. Sigm;i Alpha Epsilon, 36 i, 369. Sigma Chi. 3,S4. 2M. Sigma. IX-lta Chi. .126. . ' Mgnui l). lia I ' si. 331. S " igma .N " u. 274, 275. Sigraa Phi Eiailon, 278, 279. Sigma Rho. 501. 305. SignuTau. 331. Sigma . i. 313. Silver and Gold, 204. SimmoiLS. David. 275. Sbughter. Richard. 66. 295. .Sluaher. Charles .A.. 291. Small. Joe .M., 66. Smith. .Anita M.. 73. Smith. Charles .14. 35. 145. 275. Smith. Clarence. 203. Smith. Elaine. 66. Smith. Eldon, 267. Smith. Gra.vce M.. 93. 255. Smith. Howard. 31,S. Smith. Kenneth F.. 66. 331. Smith. Margaret, 100. S62. 3M. Smith. M. E. H.. IOC. Smith, .Marion, 247, 251. Smith, Murrel, 67. Stnith, .Myrita, 67. Smith, Norman. 295. Smith. Raymond. 67. 320. Smith. Rolicrt. 397. Smith. Russel. 94. Smith, William V., 106, 283, 308. Snair. Betty Lou, 94. Snivcly, C, 320. Snow. Carl. 267. Sodcn. Virgil. 271. Sophomore Police, 353. .Sororities. 241. Spanglelxrxcr. Charlotte. 259. Spangleherger. Jean, 94, 259, 311. Spangler. Robert. 324. Spanglcr. Brant. .101. Spaulding. Caswell. 94. 269. Spaulding, William, 369, Specht. Helen. 3.59. . " piers. Gerald. 289. .Speiss. P., 291. Spencer. .Merlin. 2S3. Spencer. Robert W.. 91. 2.S3. •Spiengelman. Kdwnrd. 393 Springer. Ix ' ww Clark. 67. 324. Springer. .Martha. 34.1. Springsteen. .Marv Louise, 163 186 237. Spur, 3.59. Stack, Gerald, 279. Stanley, Sherwood, 35, 106, 301, 308. StaffonI, ,Marjorie, 100. Sufford. .Mary Lee. 67. Stahl. .Michael. 301. Stanslield. With, 67, 2.51, 254. Stonwood. Grant. 35. 106, 29.5. Stapp. Davis. 91. 100, 267. Stapp. James. 275. Stark. Louis. 94. 301. 203, 253 St. Chir. .Madalynnc. 65. 249. Steele, .Merle, 94, 299. Steeley, Paul, 275. StrinUirner. Claire. 249. . ' ' leinerl. Peter. 91. Steinliam. Geo.. 269. Stemmler, Geo., 94. Stejihenaon. A. C.. 101. ' •■. 94, 257. • y. 257. ■ ' . iM-n.319. Stewart. Clarenre. 35, 67, 202, 204. Stewart. Geo. 95. Stewart, Ruth. 93. 261. Stoddard. Dean, 301. Stodilard. Wm.. 3a5. Sloeckly. Eugene. 320. Stong. Claire. 25.5. Stophcr. Eilgar. 269. StoddarJ. W. B.. 103. Stoll. Frank. 275. Stoltc. Stella. 67. Stone. Virginia. 67. 347. 314. Storm. Archie. 67. Stout. W.. 301. Slracy. Harry, 285. Stowell. Kenneth. 95. 267. Slrirkler. Geo.. 2S1. Stroehle. W. F.. 67. Strong. Gray. 395. Strong. Helen, 162, 185. 245. Strong. June. 95, 245. Strong, Paul. 67, 295. Struble, Preston. 267. Stuart. Josephine, 68, 259. Stublis. Jim. 95. Shre. .Arville. 367. Sulliran. Catherine. 95. 243. Sullivan. 5Vm.. 267. Sumalia. 333. Sumnicht. Ena. 68. Sutherland. Bonniliel, 31. 35, 68. Sultlc. .Marie. 68. 3.S9. Swanson. Alive, 68. Swayic. Darrcll, 95. I(t9. 303. Swcdlund. Herman, 6,s, 199, 200. Swcetjen. .M. S.. 68. Swift. Ann, 349. .- wift, .IriSri. ■. ' . ' ,7 (0-. 1 Tallcy, El -yn. 601. Tamplin, Eliiabcth, 100, 199 251 362. Tau Beta Pi. 320 Tasher. .Margaret. 6 " ?. 243. lavis. Clara Belle. 95. Taylor. Carl. f,s. 279. 320. 321. 323. Taylor, Hoy, 261. Taylor, Lathrop. 68, 271. Taylor. Ix ' wis, 575. Taylor, Richard, 267. Teal, Lelanil, 295. Tedfor.l. Virginia, 257. Tegmcycr. Lois. 6S, 253. Tegme.ver. Walter, 95, 291. Teller, Marjorie. 2.59. Templeton, Vera. 255. Tennis. Dorothy. 95. 251. Terrill. .Morcy, 73, 271, 321. Teny. Rolicrt, 203. Thatch. Bill, 287. Teach, Zclma, 95, 251. Tesunekawa. Toshio, 09. Thayor. Barbara. fiS, 245. Tliei. " !, Kurt.:!S.-). Thcis, Rolariii, Oil. 2S.5. Theta Sigma Phi. 314. Tlirockmortnn, Sally. 69. Tliom:is, Hugh Stanley, 2S5. Thompson. Henrietta, 249. Thompson, Rex. 2S9. Thorp, Morton. 271. Tobias. Irene. 09. 319. Todd. Edith. 24. ' i. Todd. John, 95, 279. Todd, Paul, 279. Tracy. Helen. 90. Traiit. Elizabeth. 2.17. Trant, Rachael. 90. Trout, Robert, 96. Trujillo, Estclle, 69. Trutter, Paul. 67. Tucker. Hesper. 96. Tucker. Reese. 291. Tull. Dorothy Mae. 249. Tunneson. Fairy. 69. Turuurc. Paul. 09, 207. Tyler. A.vshford. 09, 303. Tyrrel. William. 69. U I ' lery, Max, 285. Unger. .Arthur, 69, 320, 323. University Women ' s Club, 364 V Van Bergen, Thomas, 211, 212 Van Valkenburgh, Horace, 96, 321. Van Valkenburgh, Jack, 275. Vaster, Max, 96. Veil. Dorothy, 245, 269. Vcttcr. .Arnold, 267. Vidal. Richard, 295. Vincent. Merle, 267. Vogel, Victor, 73. Vogct, William, 69, 297. Vnlkman, Chester. 70, 297, .308, 321. Volkman, Tony. 304. Vos, Arthur, 96, 285. Vos, Calvin, 285. ' os, John A., 70, 285. W Wagler. Victor. 281. 317. Wagner. Carolyn, 70. Wagner. G.. 281. Wagner. Richard, 96. Waidelich. F.. 2S1. Wahlstrom. Ernest. 297. Walker. Marion, 90, 259. Wallace. Harold. 267. Waller. Calvin. 285. Wallick. Florence. 251. WalHs. George F., 70. Walrod. Marg.arct. 70. 251. Walrod. Sherman. 207. 310. Walsh. Kenneth. 275. Walter, Fred E., 96. 301. Walters. Hildred. 97. Walters, Vernon. 96. Walter, Hazel, 96. 261. Wangelin, Gainor, 243. Ward, Ray, 97. Ward, ' iolette, 70. Warnick, Alan, 279. Warneck, Robert. 271. Warren. George, 70, 303, 323. Warren, Gretchen, 251. Warren. Mary. 97, 243. 271. Warren, Guy, 101. 275, Washburn Pharmaceutical Society 32S. Waterhouse, Virginia, 200, 261. Waters, Reginald. 275. Watson. Mildred. 249. Waugh, D. Kenneth. 297. Weathers. L. C, 71, 323. Weaver, Gracey, 255. Weaver, Halcyon, 243. 365. Weaver. John. 31S. Welch, Orlando. 70. Wcllman. Mary Louise. 35, 36, 70, 243. 254, 337. Weller. Louise. 253. Wells. Jack, 295. Wells. Mary Virginia. 97. 203. 362. Wells. Rhea D., 70, 251. Wells, Virginia, 245. WcilanJ. Vic. 291. Weinberg. H.. 293. Wertheim. N ' an. 97. Wertz. Donnelly. 295. Wesley Foundation. 342. West. AI., 71,209,211. West. Donald. 299. Wcsthaver. Betty. 71, 261, 313. Wesdenhamer. Doris. 251. Wetzler. . my. 97. Whinnerah. Richard. 71, 291, 320, 322 Wliitacre, Sylvia, 97. White. Fredrica. 245. White. George. 71. White. Roy. 297. White. William. 271. Wniteman. Kenneth. 97. 200. 2S5. Whitehead. Edward, 71. Whiteside, Alviw. 97, 237. Whiting. Gerald. 301. 3,53. Whitley. Mary. 259. Whitemore, Georgina, 97, 200. Whitney, Lester, 97, 303. Wicks, Jack, 291. Wiedey. Donovan. 70. Wigglesworth. James, 389. Wilbur, Milton, 73. Wild. R.. 281. Wiley, Bryan, 79. Wilkinson. Eugena. 203. Williams, .Mien. 295. Williams, . nita. 253. Williams. E., 303. Williams, George, 98. Williams, Leiand, 291. V Williams. Lois, 98. Williams, Margaret, 319. Williams. Richard, 301. Williams. Thomas, 98. Willinghain, Zene, 71. Wilson, Katherine, 98, 257. Wilson. Lawrence. 98. Wilson. Lucilc, 255. Wikon. P., 303. Winchester, Stanley, 295. Window. 212. Wimison. Grace, 319. Winn, 2.5ft. Winn. Homer. 275. Winsor. Grace. 71. Winters. Aweneth, 98. Winters. F.. 2.55. Wire. . gnes. 253. Witeher, Morcy, 271. Withan. Myron. 138. Witt. Virginia. 9S. 247. Wittcnieyer, Bculah, 71, 162, 1S6, 2-55. Wolcott. Evelyn, 98. Woleoth Willa. 98, 102, 186, 243, 362. Wolf. John. 71. 291. Wood. William. 275. Woods. BilUe. 98. Works. George. 297. Worcester, P. G., 309. Worcester. Wm., 267. Wright. Riis.sel, 289. Wright. Whitmore, 285. York. MarioTi. 303. Younger. Thomas. 203. I Zanoni, .August, 305. Zinc, P., 303. Zumkeller, Helen, 253. Zwcibel, Simon, 293. Page 408 ! w m.

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University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO) online yearbook collection, 1926 Edition, Page 1


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University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 1


University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Page 1


University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO) online yearbook collection, 1932 Edition, Page 1


University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 1


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